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Dingle Harbour

CONTACT:   Kate Kennelly ADDRESS:  Dingle, Co. Kerry
PHONE:  +353 (0) 66 718 3541 FAX: 
EMAIL:   kkennelly@kerrycoco.ie  WEB:  www.kerryfilm.ie
 

Dingle is a major fishing port and the industry dates back to about 1830. The 1870s saw major development, when "nobby" fleets from the Isle of Man came in search of mackerel. Lowestoft herring trawlers subsequently joined the fleet, allowing for a longer fishing season. The pier and maritime facilities were developed by the Congested Districts Board, and the arrival of rail transport in 1891 allowed for the transport of fish throughout the country, and a canning and curing industry developed.

 

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Filmography
 Film Name  Director  Year
-  Star Wars Episode VIII  Rian Johnson  2016
-  Top Gear S23 E05  Mark McQueen  2016
-  Darkness on the Edge of Town  Patrick Ryan  2014
-  Hostage to the Devil  Marty Stalker  2014
-  Pilgrim Hill  Gerard Barrett  2012
-  Home Turf  Ross Whitaker  2011
-  Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince  David Yates  2009
-  Parknasilla  Cıarín Scott  2007
-  Waiting For Houlihan  Maurice Healy  2004
-  Man About Dog  Paddy Breathnach  2004
-  The Field  Jim Sheridan  1990
-  Excalibur  John Boorman  1981
-  Ryan's Daughter  David Lean  1970
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