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The Spanish Arch from Long Walk

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Long Walk was originally built as a wall by the Eyre family in order to construct a mud berth. Among those who lived there around the time this photograph was taken were Tom Gannon, Sarah O’Donnellon, Mrs Hosty, and Pateen Green. There was an entry through a large archway into a courtyard known as Green’s Alley and the five houses there were occupied by the Andersons, McDonaghs, Canavans, Gorhams, and Finnertys. A Mrs McDonagh lived next door in a building known as The Hall and further on lived Mrs Lee, John Folan, Bideen Joyce, Ella McDonagh, Mrs Folan, and Mike Walsh.

Wonderful three bed city centre home in a prime location

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This first floor spacious apartment at No 7 Spanish Parade is located on the Long Walk, just beside the famous Spanish Arch in a quiet and tranquil setting yet in the heart of Galway city centre.

Lock Doctor — here to solve all your key decisions

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Lock Doctor, a business created in the height of the recession, has grown into Ireland’s largest firm of locksmiths and has franchises around the country. Now brothers Tommy and Michael Dillon have brought this buisness to Galway.

City centre haven on the Long Walk

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Leading Galway estate agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard brings to the market a wonderful three bedroom townhouse, located on the famous Long Walk in the centre of Galway city. Comprising approximately 900sq ft of living accommodation, No 16 The Long Walk, Spanish Arch, offers views of Nimmo’s Pier and The Claddagh from each room in the house.


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