Fernhill, County Dublin, the Darley family, and the building of Australia.

Excavating an enigmatic granite structure on the west and windy slopes of Fernhill estate, County Dublin brought an unexpected series of coincidences to mind. Interpreted as a cereal kiln of the medieval era, the structure was composed of boulders and roughly cut stone derived from the granite outcrops surrounding it. In short it was aContinue reading “Fernhill, County Dublin, the Darley family, and the building of Australia.”