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Caption for Howth, Irelands Eye 1897: A final view looking around the sweeping east pier of Howth harbour to the lighthouse. In the distance, under a mile away, is Ireland's Eye, a small rocky island with an excellent beach and the ruins of the sixth century St Nessan's Abbey.

An extract from Ireland Photographic Memories.

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