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Book TitleMore than concrete blocks : Dublin city's twentieth-century buildings and their stories : 1900-40
Chapter TitleCase study : Clontarf and Bull Wall Promenades with Shelters : Dublin 3, 1911-58
Chapter AuthorPollard, Carole
Book EditorRowley, Ellen
PublisherDublin City Council ; University College Dublin ; Four Courts Press
Contentaxonometrics, photos, plans, text
Note(s)Two seating and five bathing shelters were built in the 1930s as amenities for the public at the Bull Wall. Ten concrete shelters were added as part of the works to complete Clontarf promenade and the refurbishment of the baths in the late 1950s.
Subject(s)shelters ; promenades ; sea baths ; walls ; marine parks ; seaside resorts ; precast concrete ; land reclamation ; recreation areas ; linear parks ; coastal areas ; street furniture
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