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This charming second-hand bookshop on Wicklow Street stocks a bit of everything: a few out-of-print paperbacks, recently remaindered titles and even the occasional stack of LPs. Despite its rather tongue-in-cheek name, it's not much of a secret, but is worth nosing out all the same.


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Secret Book & Record Shop details

Address
15A Wicklow Street,
Around Temple Bar

Area Temple Bar

Transport All cross-city buses .

Telephone 679 7272

Open 11am-6.30pm Mon-Wed, Fri-Sun; 11am-7.30pm Thur.

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By Maureen Purcell - Jul 4 2014

searching for 2 CD set - The Fureys and Davey Arthur - 30 years on. Recorded live in Vicar Street Dublin

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By Maureen Purcell - Jul 4 2014

searching for 2 CD set - The Fureys and Davey Arthur - 30 years on. Recorded live in Vicar Street Dublin

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By Maureen Purcell - Jul 4 2014

searching for 2 CD set - The Fureys and Davey Arthur - 30 years on. Recorded live in Vicar Street Dublin

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By Maureen Purcell - Jul 4 2014

searching for 2 CD set - The Fureys and Davey Arthur - 30 years on. Recorded live in Vicar Street Dublin

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