Travel in 1845
Poster in the PPP. (Circa 1845).
Conveyance by Boat and Coach from Carlow.
Conveyances are always ready to carry passengers from Carlow to the
Grand Canal Harbour, Portobello, Dublin Day Boats and Night Boats
Parcel, Coal and Lumber Boats also ply between Dublin and Waterford also
for the conveyance of butter, flour, etc. for the English Markets.
The following Mail and Day Coaches pass through Carlow every day on the
road to Cork, Kilkenny, Waterford, stopping at towns in between Carlow
and their respective destinations:
The New Ross Day Car.
The Cork Mail Coach.
The Kilkenny Day Mail Coach.
The Clonmel Day Car.
The Waterford and Kilkenny Day Coach.
Printed for The Sheaf Inn, Burrin Street, Carlow.
and The Coach Hotel, Burrin Street, Carlow
Further Information from The Sheaf Inn Proprietor and your Servant,
Also serving The Coach Hotel, Burrin Street, Carlow. (Ample Coach Yard
at rear). Proprietor : Mrs Carpenter.
- Transcribed by M. Purcell c2011
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