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Salthill Post Office

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IN 1851, a sub-post office opened in Salthill where the Bal pub is today. In 1859, Salthill was brought within the town postal area. In those early days the post was delivered on foot. The first bicycle postal delivery was in 1901. From 1914 to 1926, Michael O’Flaherty of Dominick Street and Mike Ruane of Henry Street had a horse and van which they used to deliver letter and parcel post to the Salthill area.

Salthill Post Office

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IN 1851, a sub-post office opened in Salthill where the Bal pub is today. In 1859, Salthill was brought within the town postal area. In those early days the post was delivered on foot. The first bicycle postal delivery was in 1901. From 1914 to 1926, Michael O’Flaherty of Dominick Street and Mike Ruane of Henry Street had a horse and van which they used to deliver letter and parcel post to the Salthill area.

Spacious four bed in Salthill

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John Quinn has just received instructions to offer for sale No 25 Emerson Avenue, a fabulous four bedroom detached property on an attractive site in a lovely cul-de-sac location in Salthill.

The Galleon — a piece of Salthill history

Before vegetarians were introduced to Ireland and before gluten-free was a thing, there was The Galleon. Situated in the heart of Salthill, just a short walk from the Promenade, this restaurant is always busy. It is kept bustling throughout the summer with the tourists who throng this much loved coastal village and it is just as popular with the local residents. The relaxed, cosy, atmosphere and welcoming staff ensure it also enjoys a large share of repeat custom, keeping it full through the winter months.

 

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