The table below lists the 11 rural areas in Co Dublin in the order they were connected – for example, Kilsallaghan was the 1st rural area in Ireland out of 792 to receive electricity under the scheme. Read more about the first pole of the scheme erected at Kilsallaghan here. This table also includes 1 rural area that crosses Dublin’s county boundaries: Brittas, Co Wicklow.
To view the original map used to plan the Dublin rural areas, click here.
Click on the links below to read more about each rural area
|1||Kilsallaghan||Nov 1946||Jan 1948||2132||113 km||357|
|29||Newcastle||May 1948||Mar 1949||905||73 km||290|
|49||Jobstown||Jan 1949||Jul 1949||652||53 km||52|
|50||Esker||Jan 1949||Oct 1949||310||24 km||1|
|71||Man-O-War||Jul 1949||Mar 1950||787||64 km||211|
|93||Ticknock||Dec 1949||Jul 1950||953||80 km||348|
|112||Brittas||Apr 1950||Nov 1950||487||45 km||95|
|124||Mulhuddart||Jun 1950||Feb 1951||510||40 km||250|
|131||Cloghran||Aug 1950||May 1951||512||41 km||185|
|171||Corduff||Jun 1951||Feb 1952||584||49 km||235|
|243||Garristown||Dec 1952||Sep 1953||1042||93 km||303|
|270||Ardcath||Jun 1953||Mar 1954||1023||94 km||250|