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Pictured right is a photo taken outside the Forge in the Square, Millstreet back in the 1970s, where blacksmith Tom Radley had just completed placing four shoes on Dan Hallissey’s donkey (Dan lived in Coole/Drishanebeg).

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Thank you so much, Pat, for your much appreciated comment and the memories our little feature on my late uncle, Tom Radley, has evoked. It was so fortunate that Michael Cashman accessed it from a History Website. The 1 min 46 sec audio clip is just part of a much longer (almost 45 min) interview which I recorded in the 1970s. I’ve heard from Tom’s Family in Dungarvan and in a similar manner they have also been delighted to hear Tom’s voice and the very special memories evoked. A very Happy 2014 to your good self and all the Lehane Family abroad….and thank you for being such loyal followers of the Millstreet website.

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A really wonderful audio clip has come to light recently, of Tom Radley who owned and ran the Forge in the corner of the Square, Millstreet until the 1980s.

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Sean: This really brings back memories. When I was growing up there were four blacksmiths in the town: Tom Radley in Minor Row, Tom Radley in the Square,Denny Hickey Main Street and Denis The Rover in the West End.
They were artists who could design gates and other ironwork and make a replacement part for any type of iron farm equipment. It’s a shame that this profession too has been replaced by computers.A really wonderful audio clip has come to light recently, of Tom Radley who owned and ran the Forge in the corner of the Square, Millstreet until the 1980s.Sean: This really brings back memories. When I was growing up there were four blacksmiths in the town: Tom Radley in Minor Row, Tom Radley in the Square,Denny Hickey Main Street and Denis The Rover in the West End.
They were artists who could design gates and other ironwork and make a replacement part for any type of iron farm equipment. It’s a shame that this profession too has been replaced by computers.Thank you so much, Pat, for your much appreciated comment and the memories our little feature on my late uncle, Tom Radley, has evoked. It was so fortunate that Michael Cashman accessed it from a History Website. The 1 min 46 sec audio clip is just part of a much longer (almost 45 min) interview which I recorded in the 1970s. I’ve heard from Tom’s Family in Dungarvan and in a similar manner they have also been delighted to hear Tom’s voice and the very special memories evoked. A very Happy 2014 to your good self and all the Lehane Family abroad….and thank you for being such loyal followers of the Millstreet website.Sean: This really brings back memories. When I was growing up there were four blacksmiths in the town: Tom Radley in Minor Row, Tom Radley in the Square,Denny Hickey Main Street and Denis The Rover in the West End.
They were artists who could design gates and other ironwork and make a replacement part for any type of iron farm equipment. It’s a shame that this profession too has been replaced by computers.Sean: This really brings back memories. When I was growing up there were four blacksmiths in the town: Tom Radley in Minor Row, Tom Radley in the Square,Denny Hickey Main Street and Denis The Rover in the West End.
They were artists who could design gates and other ironwork and make a replacement part for any type of iron farm equipment. It’s a shame that this profession too has been replaced by computers.
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Pictured right is a photo taken outside the Forge in the Square, Millstreet back in the 1970s, where blacksmith Tom Radley had just completed placing four shoes on Dan Hallissey’s donkey (Dan lived in Coole/Drishanebeg).

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Pictured right is a photo taken outside the Forge in the Square, Millstreet back in the 1970s, where blacksmith Tom Radley had just completed placing four shoes on Dan Hallissey’s donkey (Dan lived in Coole/Drishanebeg).

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Pictured right is a photo taken outside the Forge in the Square, Millstreet back in the 1970s, where blacksmith Tom Radley had just completed placing four shoes on Dan Hallissey’s donkey (Dan lived in Coole/Drishanebeg).