Part 1 - Roadside Spring, County Meath

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IE CA CP/1/1/3/11/1


Roadside Spring, County Meath


  • c.1960 (Creation)

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An image of a roadside spring in County Meath in about 1960. An annotation on the reverse of the print reads 'Built for passing traffic a century ago in Meath'.

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Following a social media post, the location of the spring has been identified. It is situated near the village of Kentstown in County Meath. It is know locally as the 'Lion's Mouth'. For more information see

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