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Bradshaw’s Guide

Portrush, Ireland. Taken between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Original: Library of Congress

Portrush

This small, yet pretty bathing place, which has Dr. Adam Clarke’s School and monument, and where the mirage is often seen, is beautifully situated on a basalt peninsula, opposite the Skerries Rocks, and has an excellent view of the Giant’s Causeway, to which this is the nearest railway station.

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    The capital town of the county, which contains a population of about 35,529. It stands on the western bank of the Foyle, and consists of four principal streets, which cross each other at right angles, and from which a number of smaller ones diverge.