Stephen's Green, Dublin
This corner in Dublin is relatively unchanged, I think. Wish it were possible to make out some of the business names along the left side, but they're just too unclear. Fascinating to see so many women using umbrellas/sun shades... Date: 1873-1878 NLI Ref: STP_2737 You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie
Photos of Dublin (@PhotosOfDublin)
The latest Tweets from Photos of Dublin (@PhotosOfDublin). Photos of Dublin past and present. Tag us for a chance to be featured @photosofdublin. Dublin City, Ireland
Dublin's lost buildings: The Dutch Billy | Irish Archaeology
A short illustrated article discussing a building which once dominated Dublin's skyline but has now virtually disappeared. The late 17th/early 18th century Dutch Billy.
‘Dublin Tenement Life’
A brilliant new Facebook page has emerged recently, entitled ‘Dublin Tenement LIFE’. It has posted a remarkable collection of photographs, primarily showing working class life in inner-…
Tumbling Tenements (by Adeline Shorten)
Luxury, opulence and wealth, were all words that would spring to mind to describe many of the residences situated in inner-city Dublin during the 18th and early 19th Century. Fashionable streets w…
Dublin street children Victorian period Stock Photo - Alamy
Download this stock image: Dublin street children Victorian period - DC2DYY from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.
March 8, 1966
A half-demolished Nelson's Pillar on O'Connell Street, Dublin. From the front page of the Irish Times on Tuesday, 8 March 1966: "The top of Nelson Pillar, in O'Connell street, Dublin, was blown off by a tremendous explosion at 1.32 o'clock this morning and the Nelson statue and tons of rubble poured down into the roadway. By a miracle, nobody was injured, though there were a number of people in the area at the time." Date: Tuesday, 8 March 1966 NLI Ref.: WALK138A
OLD DUBLIN HOUSING 144.jpg - Click to see more photos
Unlimited space to host images, easy to use image uploader, albums, photo hosting, sharing, dynamic image resizing on web and mobile.
Portraits from Inner City Dublin in the 1980s
Meet the characters from Dublin’s inner city during the 1980s. Photographer Gerry Smith captured these compelling images in the Irish capital before it found a revitalization in the past decade as development opportunities took hold and many urban…
James Stewart buys a newspaper on O'Connell Street, Dublin. | Irish Photo Archive
It was just another paper sold on O'Connell Street for Joe Treacy until he looked up at the customer: James Stewart. 1st August 1962 01/08/1962
1889 – Atkinsons, No.31 College Green, Dublin
Architect: Sir Thomas Drew Constructed in 1888-89 for poplin manufacturer Richard Atkinson & Co, as a showroom and offices. Demolished in the 1970’s to make way for an extension to the a…