Old Coombe Hospital, Dublin - built 1771
The old Coombe Lying-in maternity hospital, Dublin 8. Please see other pic. for a description - www.flickr.com/photos/23885771@N03/3998556211/ Notice the CIE bus-stop with the roundel logo. I’d guess this photograph was taken not long before the building was demolished (1960's)? Thank you. Stuart.
Some boys having a fine time inspecting proceedings as a barge makes its way through a lock on the Grand Canal at Portobello, Dublin. This was a C.I.E. barge, serial no. 37.M Photographer: Elinor Wiltshire Date: Summer 1959 NLI Ref.: WIL j11
1936 – Leinster Cinema, Dolphins Barn, Dublin
Architect: Robinson & Keefe Opened late 1936 and was designed to seat 1250 patrons. Opened by the Lord Mayor Alfie Byrne, it wasn’t a financial success and closed as a cinema in May 1968.…
1707 – St. Nicholas Within, Nicholas St., Dublin
The original church was built in the 11th century by Bishop Donat and was dedicated to St. Nicholas of Myra, the patron saint of sailors. It received its name during the early 14th century, when th…