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Long Mile Road, 1950s

Old, Long Forgotten Car Dealers

I haven't really seen this done before so I thought I'd start a thread on old car dealers. I think it would be interesting to go through all those old...

Probably one of the earliest aerial photos of Dun Laoghaire or Kingstown as it was then. Taken on April 28th,1918. This was a reconnaissance stereoview taken by the R.A.F., which had only been formed on April 1st, 1918.

Probably one of the earliest aerial photos of Dun Laoghaire or Kingstown as it was then. Taken on April 28th,1918. This was a reconnaissance stereoview taken by the R.A.F., which had only been formed on April 1st, 1918.

The Princess Cinema, Rathmines which was most affectionately known to one and all as “The Prinner”  it closed its doors on July 2 1960.
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The Princess Cinema, Rathmines which was most affectionately known to one and all as “The Prinner” it closed its doors on July 2 1960.

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Sandymount Green

The Location was identified id double quick time as Sandymount Dublin 4 by derangedlemur Thanks for all the comments. Photographer: Fergus O’Connor Collection: Fergus O’Connor Collection Date: 1900 - 1920 NLI Ref: OCO 328 You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie

Christchurch Place 1970s
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Christchurch Place 1970s

Days in Dublin gone by

Days in Dublin gone by

Aereal view of High Street, Dublin 8, all of the terrace in front of St Auden's has now disappeared.

Aereal view of High Street, Dublin 8, all of the terrace in front of St Auden's has now disappeared.

An aerial photograph of the Urney chocolate factory. The company was established in Urney, Co. Tyrone in 1919 by Harry and Eileen Gallagher and relocated to the Belgard Road, Tallaght, Co. Dublin in 1924. It went on to become one of Europe's largest chocolate factories employing nearly 1,000 staff. The business was purchased and the factory eventually closed in 1980.
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An aerial photograph of the Urney chocolate factory. The company was established in Urney, Co. Tyrone in 1919 by Harry and Eileen Gallagher and relocated to the Belgard Road, Tallaght, Co. Dublin in 1924. It went on to become one of Europe's largest chocolate factories employing nearly 1,000 staff. The business was purchased and the factory eventually closed in 1980.

years gone by...
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years gone by...

Guinness barge
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Guinness barge

Colourising History - Steam Tram at back of old depot on Templeogue Road in Terenure Dublin 1940s
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Colourising History - Steam Tram at back of old depot on Templeogue Road in Terenure Dublin 1940s

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Royal st George yacht club founded from the Kingstown boat club. Dunlaoghaire Co Dublin.

Fadó Fadó: Irish Memory: Old Dublin Photographs (1946) Grafton Street
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Old Dublin Photographs (1946)

O'Connell Street, Dublin, 1946. Note the intact Nelson's Pillar. Local historian and collector, Ken Finlay, has pointed out to me that thi...