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"Brendan Nolan's comprehensive history and guidebook of Phoenix park is a masterpiece." Community Voice.
well researched, and beautifully
written and illustrated.
is an enthusiast's book."
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of Phoenix Park a history and guidebook are a welcome addition
to your corporate or conference goodybag.
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Brendan Nolan has reported on Phoenix Park as a freelance journalist for several decades and was a professional observer at many of the events of the late 20th century related herein.
Phoenix Park Visitors' Centre is accessed by road or on foot by the avenue from the middle roundabout --- Phoenix Monument --- on Chesterfield Avenue . The centre is a scheduled stop on the park coach's regular route. Coachs depart from and return to Parkgate Street.
Brendan Nolan provides a fascinating read."
a fabulous book. It should be in all the schools."
sets well-known events in the Park's history beside accounts of
its buildings and institutions, as well as obscure subjects like
park rangers' uniform regulations.