"The Poddle and the Hangman's Stream, the Bradoge and the Cemetery Drain"
The River Dodder
Public DomainThe River Dodder - Credit: Sarah777
The Glasnevin Tower in Glasnevin Cemetery
Public DomainThe Glasnevin Tower in Glasnevin Cemetery - Credit: Jtdirl
The Poddle is an artificial river which runs through Dublin, drawing water chiefly from the Dodder.

The Bradoge is a river which rises in upper Cabra, two miles from Dublin. It flows through the city; under the Richmond Penitentiary, under the old basin of the Royal Canal near the Aqueduct, under Newgate and Halston Streets, and to the Liffey opposite East Arran Street.

The Cemetery Drain is a stream that runs beneath Glasnevin Cemetery before joining the Tolka just past the Botanic Gardens.