Surveying Enniskerry almost two centuries ago, the geographer Samuel Lewis provided one in a series of uniquely detailed portraits of pre-Famine Ireland. “It contains about 70 houses,” he wrote of the town, “most of which are tastefully built in the cottage style and inhabited by families of respectability, and from its vicinity to the beautiful scenery of the Dargle, the Powerscourt demesne, the waterfall, the Scalp, and other objects of general attraction, is a favourite...
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