And Then There Were Five


Liffey Willie

Annalise Murphy (IRL) competing today, 03.08.12, in the Women's One Person Dinghy (Laser Radial) event in The London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition.


(Marlborough Street Bridge with from top: Bermingham, Duff, Hackett (front row centre), Mills and Stoker.)

James Connolly, WB Yeats and the Abbey Theatre Bridge are among the contenders to have been dropped for the name of Dublin’s new bridge.”

“Dublin City Council is looking for a name for the bridge at Marlborough Street that will service the Luas link-up and other forms of public transport.”

“A final shortlist of five names will be put to a vote at a full council meeting in September.”

“The names for consideration are: Willie Bermingham, founder of the Alone charity; Frank Duff, founder of the Legion of Mary; Rosie Hackett, an Irish Citizen Army activist; camogie player Kay Mills and novelist Bram Stoker.”


More names cut from Liffey bridge shortlist (RTE)

Previously: Build A Bridge, Guys

(Pix: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland, Come Here To Me, Legion Of Mary MichiganLabour YouthThe Camogie Association and Fernando Medina De La Garza)

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