The wanderer at Kingstown and John Masefield

WANDERER

THE WANDERER AT KINGSTOWN By Cormac F. Lowth The great manmade harbour of Dun Laoghaire, formerly Kingstown, was conceived and built as a harbour of refuge for sailing ships in distress in Dublin Bay and although it fulfilled this function reasonably well for many decades after completion, it quickly became a harbour of general commerce, […]