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#shane macthomais

# shane-macthomais - Tuesday 25 November, 2014

Visitors flock to Glasnevin Cemetery thanks to moving documentary

The cemetery is the last resting place of the likes of Michael Collins, as well as over 1.5 million other people.

# shane-macthomais - Friday 21 November, 2014

From The Daily Edge One Million Dubliners got such an emotional response, it's still trending on Twitter this morning Glasnevin

One Million Dubliners got such an emotional response, it's still trending on Twitter this morning

There was an overwhelming response to the story of Glasnevin Cemetery and Shane MacThomais.

# shane-macthomais - Sunday 6 April, 2014

Video column: The Historian – a tribute to Dublin's Shane Mac Thomais

As part of a series of interviews with Dubliners, journalist Eoin Lynch and photographer Deirdre Brennan paint a picture of the characters of the capital.

# shane-macthomais - Tuesday 25 March, 2014

Column: Shane MacThomais was a tireless champion of those forgotten by our history books

Following the untimely passing of the Glasnevin Cemetery historian Shane MacThomais, his friend and fellow historian Donal Fallon remembers a man who was “beloved of Dubliners of all classes and professions”.

# shane-macthomais - Friday 21 March, 2014

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Glasnevin historian Shane MacThomais dies RIP This post contains videos

Glasnevin historian Shane MacThomais dies

Colourful tour guide, passionate about preservation of cemetery’s legacy, passed away yesterday.

# shane-macthomais - Thursday 26 December, 2013

Bombed staircase in O'Connell Tower at Glasnevin to be rebuilt Exclusive

Planning permission secured to rebuild structure, 40 years after loyalists blew up original wooden stairs which led to top windows.