Heritage Newsletters

portrush heritage GROUP newsletter ARCHIVE

Heritage Newsletter 39 – 50 Golden Years

Heritage Newsletter 38 – Daughter of Causeway Tram Pioneer was also a Trailblazer

Heritage Newsletter 37 – The Year Portrush became a Town

Heritage Newsletter 36 – Marking the Boundaries

Heritage Newsletter 35 – The British Legion

Heritage Newsletter 34 – Pantomime in Portrush

Heritage Newsletter 33 – Prominent Portrush Men at the Beginning of the 20th Century

Heritage Newsletter 32 – Memories of a Portrush Journalist

Heritage Newsletter 31 – Baked Ammonites

Heritage Newsletter 30 – Growth of a Seaside Town

Heritage Newsletter 29 – The Christmas Party

Heritage Newsletter 28 – 160yrs of the Lifeboat in Portrush

Heritage Newsletter 27 – Long Gilbert

Heritage Newsletter 26 – Standing Stones

Heritage Newsletter 25 – The Church on the Hill

Heritage Newsletter 24 – Sands of Portrush

Heritage Newsletter 23 – Lovell – A Portrush Hero

Heritage Newsletter 22 – Great Sea Caves of Antrim

Heritage Newsletter 21 – Argos Delos Shipwreck

Heritage Newsletter 20 – Mining in Portrush

Heritage Newsletter 19 – White (and Black) Rocks

Heritage Newsletter 18 – Mermaid’s Cave

Heritage Newsletter 17 – Prominent Portrush Men (20th Century)

Heritage Newsletter 16 – Castle Erin

Heritage Newsletter 15 – Portrush as an Emigration Port

Heritage Newsletter 14 – Portrush Potato Rigs

Heritage Newsletter 13 – Ballyreagh Castle

Heritage Newsletter 12 – Origins of Local Place Names

Heritage Newsletter 11 – 80 Year Old Portrush Plane

Heritage Newsletter 10 – The Coming of the Railway

Heritage Newsletter 9 – The West Strand Peat Beds

Heritage Newsletter 8 – Viking Influence along the North Coast

Heritage Newsletter 7 – Take a Dose of Portrush (Doc Martin)

Heritage Newsletter 6 – Portrush Railway Station

Heritage Newsletter 5 – The Beach Donkeys and Ponies

Heritage Newsletter 4 – Portrush Pillboxes

Heritage Newsletter 3 – Meet Jonathan Simpson

Heritage Newsletter 2 – James Kelly Boat Building

Heritage Newsletter 1 – The Brazilian Emperor visits Portrush

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