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1848 - Brown Thomas, Grafton Street,, Dublin.

1848 – Former Brown Thomas, Grafton Street, Dublin

Architect: William Caldbeck Started in 1848 with a large extension a decade later, and Italianate in style. Gutted in the 1990s for Marks & Spencer, only the facade remains of the warren of ro…

facing-brick-ashington-school-lane Facing Brick, Architecture

Facing Brick

Taylor Maxwell partner with UK and European brick manufacturers, to supply a large range of bricks to meet the appearance and budget requirements of your…

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Halfpenny Bridge with demolition going on in the background, poss 70's or 80's

Halfpenny Bridge with demolition going on in the background, poss 70's or 80's

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Grafton Street Dublin ca. 1870

79 Grafton Street...

... was the Dublin School of Photography and Studio of Frederick Holland Mares.This gives us a much narrower dating window for this one than 1860-1883, as Mares moved to 118 Grafton Street in 1875. The businesses that are clear are: 74 J. Goggin (Queens Carver?) 76 Nolan 79 Cartley? (and Dublin School of Photography / F.H. Mares) 81 To Let? Date: 1864-1875 NLI Ref: STP_1978 You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie

Dublin in the 1940s

Dublin in the 1940s

"time keeps on slipping slipping slipping in to the future "

vintage everyday: Amazing Vintage Photos of Everyday Life in Dublin in the late 19th Century

Amazing Vintage Photos That Show Street Scenes of Dublin in the Late 19th Century

Check out these 16 amazing vintage photos that show street scenes of Dublin from 1860s to 1890s. A man with his penny farthing on stree...

Queen Elizabeth at City Quay, Dublin

I love this one! A great shipping photo, but look at that structure on the quay - are they public toilets? Love the children sitting on barrels while one appears to read to the others from a newspaper. There are children playing with hoops, presumably garnered from old barrels; others clambering all over the casks; and a gorgeous group completely fascinated by something on the river itself... Great comprehensive information on the sv Queen Elizabeth from derangedlemur. Date: 1900?? (but…