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Sutton Cross - Dublin

circa 1910

Sutton is home to one of Ireland's private residence Martello Towers, and to a former home of the Jameson Irish Whiskey family, which became the home of Belgian businessman Albert Luykx, made famous during the Irish arms trial. It subsequently became Sutton House Hotel and then Sutton Castle Hotel, before being converted to private residences.

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Photo Details

  • County: Dublin North
  • Town: Sutton
  • Scene: Sutton Cross with tram
  • Date: 1910 (estimate)

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  • Read about Sutton below

Sutton

Sutton (Irish: Cill Fhionntáin - Fintan's cell) is a residential suburb of Dublin, Ireland. It is located about 12 kilometres from the city centre at the base of the Howth peninsula. At the centre of Sutton is a tombolo which connects Howth to the mainland (Howth used to be an island). Sutton is surrounded by many beaches and is a popular place for golfand dinghy sailing. It is easily accessible from Dublin using the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) suburban rail system and the Dublin Bus routes which include the 31, 31B and 31C.

Sutton is home to one of Ireland's private residence Martello Towers, and to a former home of the Jameson Irish Whiskey family, which became the home of Belgian businessman Albert Luykx, made famous during the Irish arms trial. It subsequently became Sutton House Hotel and then Sutton Castle Hotel, before being converted to private residences.