The Coffee Inn, South Anne Street, 1960s Described in 1980 as the “only place for cappuccino, hot chocolate and spaghetti,” the Coffee Inn on South Anne Street enjoyed an impressive life-span from 1954 to 1995

The Coffee Inn, South Anne Street, 1960s Described in 1980 as the “only place for cappuccino, hot chocolate and spaghetti,” the Coffee Inn on South Anne Street enjoyed an impressive life-span from 1954 to 1995

years gone by...

years gone by...

Parnell St Dublin

"Johnston Mooney and O'Brien bakes the best bread, best bread, bread you can rely on. Yes it's Johnston Mooney and O'Brien for your favourite family pan" - old Irish advertising jingle.

merchants arch, Wellington Quay Dublin 2 With the Ha'Penny bridge....

merchants arch, Wellington Quay Dublin 2 With the Ha'Penny bridge.

Newspaper seller at Whitefriar Street, Dublin

Newspaper seller at Whitefriar Street, Dublin

Dun Laoghaire 1940s | MajorCalloway | Flickr

Dun Laoghaire 1940s | MajorCalloway | Flickr

Ha'Penny (or Liffey) Bridge. Crosses Liffey Street lower to merchants arch.

Forrest & Sons, 100 - 101 Grafton Street, in 1907

Forrest & Sons clothing store, Grafton Street, reconstructed in

Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire Photo Major Calloway Flickr

Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire Photo Major Calloway Flickr

O'Connell Bridge 1960s | MajorCalloway | Flickr

O Connell bridge 1960 🇮🇪

A night out in the Metropole, Dublin 1937

A night out in the Metropole, Dublin 1937

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