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Old Dublin character Johnny Forty Coats. This man could often be seen on the 44 bus to Enniskerry and always insisted on sitting in the same seat.

Old Dublin character Johnny Forty Coats. This man could often be seen on the 44 bus to Enniskerry and always insisted on sitting in the same seat.

Amazing Black and White Photo of Moore Street in Dublin 1946 #rebellion16

21 brilliant pictures of Dublin in the rare old times

From Guinness barges going up the Liffey to German bombs falling on the city during World War II, Dublin really has seen it all over the years

The Theatre Royal Dublin 1959. Judy Garland played the Theatre Royal, wowing punters who couldn’t get tickets by singing from her dressing room window. And Danny Kaye was fondly remembered for many years by the taxi drivers of Dublin. He sang so many encores that everyone missed the last bus home.

The Theatre Royal Dublin 1959. Judy Garland played the Theatre Royal, wowing punters who couldn’t get tickets by singing from her dressing room window. And Danny Kaye was fondly remembered for many years by the taxi drivers of Dublin. He sang so many encores that everyone missed the last bus home.

1870 Before O'Connell Bridge was widened. Customs House in the background and no Loop line yet.

Dublin's trams in the early 20th century

Good images on the journal about the old Dublin tram lines Here’s how Dublin was served by trams over 100 years ago A little snippet of history...

Engine Alley, Meath Street, Dublin

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“Atmospheric old photo of Engine Alley, Meath Street, Dublin”

Vintage Photographs of Street Scenes of Dublin in the Late 19th & Early 20th Century

25 Amazing Vintage Photographs Capture Street Scenes of Dublin in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

Here's a collection of 25 vintage photographs of street scenes of Dublin in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Very bustling scene at College Green in Dublin, late 19th century. Men surveying the wreckage of Linenhall Barracks in the aftermath of the Easter Rising in Dublin, May 1916. The remains of the Dublin Bread Company at 6-7 Lower Sackville Street (now O'Connell Street) after the Easter Rising in 1916. Gorgeous bustling street scene taken at the corner of Earl Street and Sackville…

Sackville Street and Carlisle Bridge in 1870.

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Hanging out in Dublin 1948 Photo: Ronny Jaques

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Sackville Street 1892-95

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Bleeding Horse Pub on Camden St.

The Bleeding Horse

A couple of nice snaps of The Bleeding Horse public house on Camden Street. The pub, which dates back to 1649, claims to be the second oldest pub in Dublin. There are many stories on how the tavern…

Henry Street, Dublin 1970's - Google Search

Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 [Archive] - Dublinforum.net

[Archive] Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 Arts & Culture

Hector Greys on Liffey Street

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John's Lane, Dublin. 1955. Photo: Hugh Duran

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