St Ann's Hydropathic Establishment,
Blarney, Co. Cork, Ireland, c.1888

St Ann's Hydro, c.1888
< From a small six page folded tariff card

This view of St Ann's Hydro was engraved when Dr M Altdorfer was the resident physician, and probably just after the hydro's own railway station was built in 1888.

Visitors paid from two to three guineas per week 'including board and attendance'

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