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.

Farewell to Dublin, 1939. Taken aboard the B&I Liverpool ferry, MV Munster, on leaving the North Wall. Photograph: Fr. Browne SJ

Daily life in Dublin in the and seen in a new Fr Browne Book : Farewell to Dublin, Taken aboard the B&I Liverpool ferry, MV Munster, on leaving the North Wall.

North Wall Dublin August 1914 preparing to embark.

A detachment on its way to the North Wall before departing for England World war 1 -Battalions of soldiers last night left Dublin for England and then for war.

Green Lighthouse, North Wall, Dublin

Green Lighthouse, North Wall, Dublin

rogerson buildings | ... & Irish Steampacket Building, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin

1910 - British & Irish Steampacket Building, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City - Archiseek - Irish Architecture

North Wall Quay - Dublin, Ireland - Cityscape photography

North Wall Quay - Dublin, Ireland - Cityscape photography


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