Wood Quay, O'Donovan Rossa Bridge (1961). http://dublincitypubliclibraries.com/image-galleries/digital-collections

Police directing traffic, note the Bubble car at Wood Quay & O'Donovan Rossa Bridge 1961

O'Connell Street - looking northwards from the top of Nelson's pillar. Look at all the fine Georgian houses still intact. Prior to 1916 and Civil War.

O'Connell Street - looking northwards from the top of Nelson's pillar. Look at all the fine Georgian houses still intact. Prior to 1916 and Civil War.

Former gateway to Leinster House.

The entrance to Leinster House in then home to the Royal Dublin Society, now the Irish Houses of Parliament / Oireachtas Éireann.

1701 - Statue of William of Orange, College Green, Dublin

Statue of William III aka William of Orange on College Green/Dame Street in Dublin. This statue is long gone from the Dublin streetscape. When did he appear? Date: Circa May 1890 NLI Ref.

Triumphal arch at Leeson St. Bridge for arrival of King Edward and Queen Alexandra.

1903 - Royal Triumphal Arch, Leeson Street, Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City, Lost Buildings of Ireland - Archiseek - Irish Architecture

GPO decorated for visit of King in 1903.

GPO decorated for visit of King in

https://flic.kr/p/7taQL3 | irish house dublin

https://flic.kr/p/7taQL3 | irish house dublin


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