Sackville Street and Carlisle Bridge in 1870.

“One of the oldest photos of Dublin in existence Carlisle bridge and Sackville street Credit:

A very early shot of O'Connell Street in Dublin taken from O'Connell Bridge, or Sackville Street from Carlisle Bridge as both were known back then. G.P.O. building and Nelson's Pillar in situ, but no O'Connell Monument. c.1860

c 1860 A very early shot of O'Connell Street in Dublin taken from O'Connell Bridge, or Sackville Street from Carlisle Bridge as both were known back then. building and Nelson's Pillar in situ, but no O'Connell Monument.

Marrowbone Lane Dublin. No year for the photo or ownership. It was in the Folklore archives.

No year for the photo or ownership. It was in the Folklore archives.

The former 1,200 Grand Cinema in the Dublin suburb of Drumcondra opened on 19th August 1934. It closed on 24th March 1968. Converted into a supermarket with the total loss of its original street facade.

The former Grand Cinema in the Dublin suburb of Drumcondra opened on August It closed on March Converted into a supermarket with the total loss of its original street facade.

Dublin early 1900s. The photographer could possibly be standing at the junction of Little Britain Street and Campbells Court looking toward Capel Street

Dublin early The photographer could possibly be standing at the junction of Little Britain Street and Campbells Court looking toward Capel Street

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

Forrest & Sons clothing store, 100-101 Grafton Street, reconstructed in 1905-1907.

Forrest & Sons clothing store, Grafton Street, reconstructed in

Pinterest
Search