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The news for those who live, work or have an interest in our waterways.
This is the place where we are carrying out an experiment to bring IWAI events closer to the people whom can't attend an event or for those people just interested in what goes on at an IWAI event. IWAI Podcasts are for your personal non-commercial use only. We will try to cover as many events as possible and podcasts will be between 15-30 minutes duration. If you have an event that you want covered, please contact us giving as much notice as possible and I will do my best to attend.
[Right click on the title and Save As...(this will save the file to your computer)] - This is the best way!
Click the title and the file will open your media player and play online.
All files are MP3 format and will play with most media players (Windows Media/WinAmp/RealPlayer)
IWAI Heritage Officer.
IWAI Dublin Branch
Upr. Liffey Small Boat Rally
Grand Crew Whiskey in Dublin onboard 107B.
Emer Costello Lord Mayor of Dublin attends small ceromony.
Dublin Rally 2009
Final Boat arrives into Dublin
Dublin Rally 2009 (6mins)
Sallins - Hazelhatch on the Grand Canal
onboard canal boat 107b (08/03/09)
Ballycommon - Edenderry on the Grand Canal
onboard canal boat 107b (29/03/09)
107b Video (11mins)
IWAI Stand @ The Dublin Boatshow (21/02/09)
Offaly Branch Bolinder Engine - Restored & Running (21/02/09)
Generator Start Up on MV Cill Airne
Rally on the Royal Canal (09th November, 2008)
12th Lock - Shandon Gardens
Royal Mini Rally
IWAI North Barrow Branch - End of Season Rally
Vicarstown. (flv file - plays online). 26/10/08
Launch of Robertstown Bin Project 27/04/08 - Kildare Branch & Robertstown NS (With a few words from our president & local TD's)
Dublin Branch Rally 2008 (May 08)
Walk & Talk on Liffey Architecture
John Daly from Pollagh, Co. Offaly, who's father was the skipper of Canal Barge 4b
Willie Leech one of the last Bye Traders on the Royal Canal, was interviewed by Brian Goggin & Niall Galway in April 2001. Willie has now sadly passed away. The video interview is now available here. The interview is 60 mins long, and I have broken it into 10 min sections, click the Playlist tab on the player to look at the sections. (Broadband needed)
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