User:Lugnad

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Restoring Old Mariners' Church
(now the Maritime Museum)

You can contact me at the National Maritime Museum [1]
where I often am a guide. I am no longer a director of the museum. I am involved with [2] 'an on-line resource for Irish Maritime History'.


The museum is open every day, 11am to 5pm, excluding Mondays, but including Bank Holiday Mondays.


Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 10 years, 5 months and 28 days.
I made my first edit on Wikipedia on 1 March 2005
on 10 August 2005, I created my first two articles: the Belfast Blitz and Series B Banknotes (Ireland).
"Dublin Memorial"
"Belfast Commemoration"
"3rd Sunday in November"
"2nd Sunday in May"

Since then, I created:

Sunday 8 May 2011


"Lugnad's Stone"

read [3] for the story of the original Lugnad.

This fifth century stone, in the shape of a boat's rudder,
marks the grave of Lugnad, helmsman to St Patrick.


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