Atlantic Telegraph Cables Trail
Slí na gCábla Teileagrafach Atlantach

County Kerry, Ireland

Credits and Acknowledgments

Design and Production

Heritage Iveragh: [email protected]

Trail Plinths & Plaques designed, built & installed by:
Alan Ryan Hall, Sculptor,  [email protected]

Trail Artworks, Maps & Brochure Design: Barbara Hodges,
[email protected]

Editors: Tom Horgan & Mortimer Moriarty

Trail Website Design and Hosting: Bill Burns:


Cable Exhibitions:

The Old Barracks Heritage Centre, Cahersiveen (C4)
Mannix Point Camping & Caravan Park, Cahersiveen.
Valentia Cable Station. Planned (V1)
Valentia Island Heritage Museum (V6)
Geokaun Mountain 360° Viewing Point, Valentia (V9)
Café Cois Trá Exhibition, Ballinskelligs (B1)
Skellig Coast Heritage Gallery, Waterville (WV4)
Tech Amergin Centre, Waterville (WV11)


Research & Script Contributors:

Micheál Lyne, Valentia; Barbara Cassidy, Ballinskelligs;
Dorothy & Amy Rudd, Waterville; Donard de Cogan;
Bill Burns,; Barbara Hodges;
Mortimer Moriarty; Tom Horgan;
Cable Exhibition Centres
and many others.



‘They Talk Along the Deep’ by Donard de Cogan:
ISBN-10: 0993546919 • ISBN-13: 978-0993546914

‘Autobiography of James Graves’:
ISBN-10: 0993546927 • ISBN-13: 978-0993546921

‘James Graves Technical Autobiography’:
ISBN-10: 0993546935 • ISBN-13: 978-0993546938

Donard's books listed above may be found at Amazon USA and Amazon UK

‘A Thread Across the Ocean’ by John Steele Gordon.
ISBN 0-7432-0809-9 • Available at WV4

History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
Research website by Bill Burns


This project has been funded under the
EU Rural Development (LEADER) Programme 2014 - 2020
Kerry County Council Strategic Community Support Fund
and by generous private & business contributions.