These photographs show the contribution of Bord na Móna to the local communities in our heartland. From housing estates to exhibitions and employment the company has enhanced the communities we serve and work in since 1934.

Sign advertising the price of briquettes at the entracne to Templetuohy works, Co. Tipperary
President Sean T O'Kelly and Todd Andrews
Bord an Móna briquettes: the only Irish smokeless fuel. An advertising campaign from the 1990s
An early Bord na Móna parade float

Man welding with mask
Bord na Móna St. Patrick's Day parade float 1959
Lullymore briquette factory
Loco driver

Kilcormac village
Testing peat in a Bord na Móna lab
Entrance to one of the eight Bord na Móna housing developments
Two men and two women at Bord na Móna gate

Aerial view of a Bord na Móna hostel in the 1950s
Entrance at Boora
Entrance to Bord na Móna Newbridge with barrack building at gate
Some employees play a joke on the Chairman

Briquette eating dog (or dog eating briquette?)
A celebration at a Turf Development Board hostel with Pat Moore on the fiddle
The Turf Development Board stand at the National Planning Exhibtion
Coill Dubh from the air

A party of clergy followed by Bord na Móna staff proceed to bless a housing development at its opening

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