Political talk at breakfast; returns to Scotland. Carlyle's journal for are the two following entries:
History[ edit ] Holy Cross Church One of the earliest mentions of the area concerns the location of the original St. Recent archeological excavations near the church have revealed three enclosures associated with the church, the earliest dating from the 6th century, and a significant find was an almost complete Flemish Redware jug from the 13th century.
The first reference to the placename of Taney occurs in the Charter of St. Variations of the spelling continued until the midth century.
When the Normans arrived ina series of fortifications were built around Dublin. A castle was built in Dundrum as part of this series of outer fortifications around the 13th century.
Later ina newer castle was built by Richard Fitzwilliam as part of a strategic line of castles within the Pale. Write away dundrum castlea relation, William FitzWilliam, 3rd Viscount FitzWilliam was granted the castle in recognition of his bravery and courage while defending against these assaults but was driven out in He returned by but left again, never to return, in His family held onto the Fitzwilliam seat until The castle was never reoccupied and exists today as ruins overlooking the Dundrum Bypass and the new shopping centre.
Recent excavations in recovered green glazed pottery known as "Leinster Ware", shells from oysters and cockles, animal bones, and shards of pottery from Saintongue in France probably used for storing wine. The arrival of Richard Fitzwilliam and the building of the castle established commercial activity in the region.
The village was well known for "The Manor Mill" where corn was ground into flour. An overflow waterfall was also used by a paper mill and an iron works. Inthe original Roman Catholic church on Main Street was built. It was replaced by a larger building in and marked when Dundrum was constituted a separate parish from area previously covered by Booterstown.
A large extension was built in The church is built in a Gothic style from Dublin granite with Portland and Bath stone used for the surrounds of windows and doors. InChrist Church on Taney Road was opened as a replacement for a smaller church that stood on the same site.
The architect for the new church was William Farrell. Walter Bourne was born in in Dublin. He died on 19 Nov in Taney House. He married Louisa Arabella Minchin in The original Dundrum station built by William Dargan in behind the modern Luas stop.
Bythe Manor Mill became a Laundry and was the largest employer of female labour in the region, The Laundry hooter was a regular and well-loved sound in its day, and would sound at 7.
Ina local builder, John Richardson, erected 26 cottages known as the Pembroke Cottages. The Manor Mill Laundry bought six of these cottages for its workers.
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Today, this building is named Airfield House  and is open to the public. Ina Carnegie Library was opened by the then Lord Chancellor. Originally, the library was used as an entertainment facility for the community and the upper floor was equipped with a stage and even a kitchen.
The building was also used as a school until the s.
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Development[ edit ] Dundrum Shopping Centre Opened in when Ireland was booming, this is the largest shopping centre in Ireland. InDundrum was one of the earliest places in Ireland to open a purpose-built shopping centre the first being in Stillorgan.
A much bigger shopping centre opened just south of Dundrum on 3 March Known as Dundrum Town Centre it contains within the complex one of the largest cinemas in Ireland, opened in early October The plans for the old shopping centre includes space for hotels, apartments and more retail outlets.Luas Cross City is an extension of the Green Line which links with the Red Line, and continues northwards to Broombridge in North Dublin (interchange with Iarnród Éireann station).
The extension began at the existing leslutinsduphoenix.comn's Green Green Line stop. Construction started in June , with services beginning in December Dundrum Castle was rebuilt s by Sir Richard Fitzwilliam, Kt. The last Fitzwilliam living in Dundrum was William Fitzwilliam, 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam, left by , though the family continued to own the castle and lands.
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