Instructions to Tourists and Others

Routes as Follows:

I - From Dublin by Midland Line, via Athenry Line, to Ennis, from thence by West Clare and South Clare Lines to Lisdoonvarna, Lahinch, Miltown Malbay, and Kilkee.

II - Also from Dublin by Midland Line to Galway, and across the Bay by Steamer to Ballyvaughan, and from thence by car, either by Blackhead or over Corkscrew Hill to Lisdoonvarna.

III - From Dublin by Great Southern and Western and Waterford and Limerick Lines, via Limerick. Those travelling by this route have the option of going from Limerick to Kilkee direct by steamer to Kilrush, or rail to Foynes and from thence to Kilrush by steamer, and then over South Clare Railway, which is an extension of the West Clare Line, to Kilkee; or take Rail to Ennis and from thence by West Clare and South Clare Lines to all parts on the West Coast of Clare.

All these several routes have their own peculiar advantages and charms.

Holiday Haunts on the West Coast of Clare (1891) by H.B.H
Courtesy of Clare Local Studies Project

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