Vision-net is now available, free of charge, to all members of Longford Libraries. To access the service you need to click on this link and log in using your library card number. Vision Net User Guide . Vision-net is an internet based service which gives you immediate online access to information on every Irish and UK company registered. Vision-net.ie provides you with immediate online access to the original documents that companies have filed in the Companies Registration Office. By scrolling through a report you can click on any C.R.O document (filed since 1998) and a scanned image of the actual filed document will appear on your screen which you can then print, view or save
Ask About Ireland.
Ask About Ireland or www.askaboutireland.ie is an initiative of public libraries, museums and archives in the digitisation of some of their most important local studies material. It is an interactive website where one can enjoy,discover and learn. It also hosts the Public Library Online Information Portal.
Irish Times Digital Archive.
The Irish Times Digital Archive is now available online at all Longford County Library branches through www.askaboutireland.ie (Select the Irish Times Digital Archive Link) or the Irish Times website www.irishtimes.com. The archive contains the entire Irish Times from it's first edition in 1859 to the present. It is fully searchable - just enter your search term and then view the results or else browse the paper by selecting the edition you require.
Find and join your local library service, browse the extensive collection of free items, access online resources, find out about children's programmes, reading tips and information on services to primary and secondary schools, all on LibrariesIreland.ie.
Longford County Library provides free access from all library branches to Griffith's Valuation though the Ask About Ireland website. Click here
Ordnance Survey Maps.
Longford library service provides free access from all library branches to Ireland's archive of Ordnance Survey maps dating from 1829-1913. Visit your local library where staff will be happy to connect you.