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A Warrior's Dreams Part I by Anthony Petrie

A Warrior's Dreams Part I

“Like an old treeFrom which we gather no blossomsSad has been my lifeFated to bear no fruit”- Minamoto YorimasaPart I of A Warrior’s Dreams Series [2013]12” x 36” five-color screen-printMadero Beach French PaperPrinted by Seizure Palace in Portl…

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...

Sackville Street from Carlisle Bridge (Now Known as O'Connell Street) [Ireland]

Sackville Street from Carlisle Bridge

Or O'Connell Street from O'Connell Bridge as we'd know it today. Chose this shot for its unusual low level angle on this street, and because it's so deserted - taken very early in the morning? This was taken between 1860 and 1883, but wondering if Russell & Co. at no. 5 can help us with dating, as that building is festooned with "The New East India Tea Company". Next door is Bewley & Evans, Apothecaries... Date: 1860-August 1864 NLI Ref.: STP_0049

The old Scottish Presbyterian Church on Ormond Quay near Grattan Bridge ( Capel st Bridge)

The old Scottish Presbyterian Church on Ormond Quay near Grattan Bridge ( Capel st Bridge)

Dublin at the turn of the 20th Century

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Probably the remains of the early Dublin Fire Brigade - Station No.2. Station No.1 being their headquarters on South William St. The first ‘fire station’ w

1850s – Fire Station No.2, Whitehorse Yard, Winetavern St., Dublin

Probably the remains of the early Dublin Fire Brigade – Station No.2. Station No.1 being their headquarters on South William St. The first ‘fire station’ was in Whitehorse Yard off Winetavern…

1908 - St. Agatha's, North William St., Dublin

1908 – St. Agatha’s, North William St., Dublin

Architect: W.H. Byrne & Son The foundation stone of the church was laid on Sunday April 25th 1880 and the church was finally completed and blessed by the Archbishop of Dublin William Joseph Wa…

The Milky Way, Harcourt Street, Dublin - how many times I sat on the 44 bus as it went past this place and Steins opticians with the lens window.

The Milky Way, Harcourt Street, Dublin - how many times I sat on the 44 bus as it went past this place and Steins opticians with the lens window.