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Coillte properties Galway VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.coillteonfilm.ie Email: brenda.molloy@coillte.ie
Tel: +353 87 989 0198 or Head Office 1890 367 378 Contact: Brenda Molloy
The Coillte estate encompasses 7% of the land cover of Ireland and provides a stunning variety of locations with diverse woodland settings and properties with features such as open space, water and old buildings. 
Newcastle VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
The village of Newcastle is located 20km southwest of Dublin City in the fertile lowlands at the foot of the western slopes of the Dublin Mountains. 
Palmerston VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
The village of Palmerston, located near the River Liffey, about 8km west of Dublin City Centre, is relatively modern, but some old features still survive. 
Rathcoole VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email:
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Rathcoole (Rath Cumhaill) is said to derive its name from the fact that Finn McCumhall's father built a rath there. 
Rathfarnham - South Dublin County VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Although subsumed into the suburbs of South Dublin, Rathfarnham still retains its quaint village character. 
Saggart - South Dublin County VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Saggart is a picturesque village south of Tallaght. 
St Luke’s, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
There are some fine examples of Victorian period houses and streets in this area which lies near to the railway station on the North East Side. 
Tallaght - South Dublin County VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Tallaght's Civic Square contains the seat of the local authority, County Hall, a newly renovated and well-equipped library facility, a theatre building and a cutting edge 4-storey arts centre named RUA RED 
Ulster American Folk Park, Tyrone VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.nmni.com/filming Email: filming@nmni.com
Tel: 0845 608 0000 Contact: Louise Willis/Suzanne Lamont
The human drama behind three centuries of Irish emigration is brought to life spectacularly at the Ulster American Folk Park. 
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Coillte properties Galway
Newcastle
Palmerston
Rathcoole
Rathfarnham - South Dublin County
Saggart - South Dublin County
St Luke’s, Cork
Tallaght - South Dublin County
Ulster American Folk Park, Tyrone
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