Power City Tallaght

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  • Power City is an Irish electrical retailer of consumer and electronic goods with branches in Blanchardstown, Coolock, Tallaght, Finglas, Fonthill, Sallynoggin, Drogheda and Bray. The Drogheda store, was opened in September 2006, the second outside Dublin.

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  • Tallaght (Tamhlacht) is the largest town, and county town, of South Dublin County, Ireland. The village area, dating from at least the 17th century, held one of the earliest settlementsHistory and Antiquities of Tallaght in the County of Dublin, 2nd edition, 1889; Handcock, William Domville

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The History and Antiquities of Tallaght in the County of Dublin (Classic Reprint)
The History and Antiquities of Tallaght in the County of Dublin (Classic Reprint)
OiND EDITION, +T the request of many friends, I venture to lay a new edition of my uncles History of Tallaght before the public. It is an unpretentious record, by one who laid no claim to archaeological knowledge of the parish in which his family had long resided, and is not free from the imperfections attendant on authorship by one actively engaged in other pursuits. My uncle was himself aware that the little work contained many errors and omissions, and these he had intended to correct and supply in a revised edition. With this design he had made a number of notes; but unfortunately, as the greater portion of these were accidentally destroyed after his death, only a few are now available. In this edition I have made no avoidable alterations, and have supplied such additional information as I have been able to collect in foot-notes and appendices. My warm thanks and grateful acknowledgments are due to Mr. F. Elrington Ball, for very valuable aid in the revision of this work, and for interesting notes which he has supplied. To the Rev. William Reynell, b.d., I am indebted for much additional ecclesiastical information ;and to Mr. Edward Blackburne, q.c. ;M r. MS weeny, of the Royal I rish A cademy; and other friends for kind assistance. MARY BUTLER WHITE. Sally Park, Templeogue, A ugust, 1S99.
(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don’t occur in the book.)

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Luas Service (Red Line) Disrupted Due To a Fire On Queen Street In The City Centre.

Luas Service (Red Line) Disrupted Due To a Fire On Queen Street In The City Centre.
[UPDATE]

Dublin City Council (DCC) yesterday informed Luas about the extent and consequences of the structural damage caused to the fire damaged buildings adjacent to the Red Line Luas tracks on Benburb Street, Dublin 7.

DCC’s Consultant Structural Engineer confirmed that the buildings are unstable and it is not possible to secure the buildings as they had originally planned.

Furthermore DCC informed Luas that it will be Friday 23rd March or indeed Monday March 26th before Luas can resume a full Red Line service.

[UPDATE]

At a meeting this morning, Tuesday March 20th, Dublin City Council, Buildings Department confirmed work had commenced on the site and a progress meeting will be held at 4pm on Wednesday March 21st. Following this meeting Luas will update passengers on the service for the rest of the week.

I had a discussion with an official at a Luas today and he indicated that it could take until Friday before the service is restored. However, everyone was trying their best to restore service by Thursday.

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Red Line Service Tuesday March 20th 2012: Please note the Red Line will operate between Tallaght/ Saggart and Heuston Stop only. There will be no service from Heuston to the city centre. The frequency will change also, 7 – 10 minutes in the peak. 15- 20 minutes off peak. Luas passengers are therefore advised to leave extra time to travel. Luas tickets are valid on Dublin Bus.

Monday March 19th: Please be advised the Luas Red Line service is currently running between Tallaght/Saggart and Blackhorse Stop only. As a result there is no tram service between Blackhorse Stop and the city centre.

This service disruption is due to a fire in the city centre on Saturday morning March 17th on Queen Street.

Luas has been requested to turn off the power to the overhead lines in the affected area as buildings in the immediate vicinity of the track need to be protected and or demolished and a safety cordon is in operation.

Luas Service (Red Line) Disrupted Due To a Fire On Queen Street In The City Centre.

Luas Service (Red Line) Disrupted Due To a Fire On Queen Street In The City Centre.
[UPDATE]

Dublin City Council (DCC) yesterday informed Luas about the extent and consequences of the structural damage caused to the fire damaged buildings adjacent to the Red Line Luas tracks on Benburb Street, Dublin 7.

DCC’s Consultant Structural Engineer confirmed that the buildings are unstable and it is not possible to secure the buildings as they had originally planned.

Furthermore DCC informed Luas that it will be Friday 23rd March or indeed Monday March 26th before Luas can resume a full Red Line service.

[UPDATE]

At a meeting this morning, Tuesday March 20th, Dublin City Council, Buildings Department confirmed work had commenced on the site and a progress meeting will be held at 4pm on Wednesday March 21st. Following this meeting Luas will update passengers on the service for the rest of the week.

I had a discussion with an official at a Luas today and he indicated that it could take until Friday before the service is restored. However, everyone was trying their best to restore service by Thursday.

====================================

Red Line Service Tuesday March 20th 2012: Please note the Red Line will operate between Tallaght/ Saggart and Heuston Stop only. There will be no service from Heuston to the city centre. The frequency will change also, 7 – 10 minutes in the peak. 15- 20 minutes off peak. Luas passengers are therefore advised to leave extra time to travel. Luas tickets are valid on Dublin Bus.

Monday March 19th: Please be advised the Luas Red Line service is currently running between Tallaght/Saggart and Blackhorse Stop only. As a result there is no tram service between Blackhorse Stop and the city centre.

This service disruption is due to a fire in the city centre on Saturday morning March 17th on Queen Street.

Luas has been requested to turn off the power to the overhead lines in the affected area as buildings in the immediate vicinity of the track need to be protected and or demolished and a safety cordon is in operation.

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