The Capitol Theatre, Dublin - Courtesy Des Kerins It was beautiful so they pulled it down.

The Capitol Theatre, Dublin - Courtesy Des Kerins It was beautiful so they pulled it down.

The 'Tall Houses' of Summerhill Parade, Dublin, all demolished in the 1980s by Dublin Corporation.

The 'Tall Houses' of Summerhill Parade, Dublin, all demolished in the by Dublin Corporation.

Just off Jervis St, this is an old picture of The Church as a church. The Church is now a wonderful bar & restaurant!

Just off Jervis St, this is an old picture of The Church as a church. The Church is now a wonderful bar restaurant!

Liberty Hall Dublin under construction

1965 - Liberty Hall, Eden Quay, Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City - Archiseek - Irish Architecture

Former Royal University of Ireland, on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin. Demolished and now the site of the National Concert Hall.

Jones The former Coburg Gardens (now Iveagh Gardens) hosted the Dublin International Exhibition of 1865 and a further exhibition in 18

Pearse Street Station Dublin - previously Westland Row Station

Pearse Street Station Dublin - previously Westland Row Station

Formerly The O2 and previously called the Point Depot.  This building  started life as a large cast-iron warehouse,  It was built in 1878 by the Great Southern and Western Railway Company as a riverside goods depot. The location beside the point at which the East Wall and North Wall met provided the buildings name.

Welcome to the eternal home of the the band - DUBLIN Ireland. Old Dublin Town has put this page together to celebrate the Dublin Concerts 2015 and to help the many fans coming to Dublin for the.

Grafton Street, Dublinj 1946 - note the handcart and the horse and cart.

Fadó Fadó: Irish Memory: Old Dublin Photographs Grafton Street

Buckingham Street, Dublin 1 taken from Summerhill end of street

Buckingham Street, Dublin 1 taken from Summerhill end of street

Cock-fighting was a regular feature of life in the the working class area of Blackpitts, photographed here c. 1880-1900 #Irish #History

Cock-fighting was a regular feature of life in the the working class area of Blackpitts,Dublin, photographed here c.

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