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Buildings in Dublin city destroyed during the Easter Rising of 1916, principally by British artillery and machine-gun fire.

The Myths Of Easter 1916 – And The Truth

Introduction It’s April the 8th, 2012, Easter Monday in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church, and the ninety-sixth anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. Nine decades ago, on …

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What Happened To the French Undersea Cruiser Surcouf? Bermuda Triangle, Sunk by Friendly Fire or Rammed?

The mystery of how the record breaking French submarine Surcouf sunk has been debated since the day it disappeared in the Pacific, near Tahiti. Was her

.Dublin Train Crash of 1900 Harcourt Street terminus of the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway. A cattle train with twenty six wagons pulled in to the station at such speed the buffer failed to stop it. It crashed through the end wall into Hatch Street where the weight of the train behind thankfully prevented the engine from falling. Miraculously, only the driver suffered injury. loss his arm i think Colourised by Pearse

.Dublin Train Crash of 1900 Harcourt Street terminus of the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway. A cattle train with twenty six wagons pulled in to the station at such speed the buffer failed to stop it. It crashed through the end wall into Hatch Street where the weight of the train behind thankfully prevented the engine from falling. Miraculously, only the driver suffered injury. loss his arm i think Colourised by Pearse

The Coffee Palace was run by the Dublin Total Abstinence Society. It included hotel accommodation, coffee booths, and a ‘temperance hall with room for 500 people’. The building was later demolished along with the destruction of Theatre Royal on Hawkins St, and the New Metropole Cinema, later the Screen Cinema, eventually took its place.

1875 – The Coffee Palace, Townsend Street, Dublin

Architect: Frederick Morley The Coffee Palace was run by the Dublin Total Abstinence Society. It included hotel accommodation, coffee booths, and a ‘temperance hall with room for 500 people’. The b…

Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 [Archive] - Dublinforum.net

[Archive] Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 Arts & Culture

Map Of Dublin 1798.

Modern Plan Of The City And Environs Of Dublin 1798. Published as the Act directs for W. Wilson & sold by the Booksellers and Printsellers in London & Dublin, June 1st ~ 1798.

PICS: The Air Corps Have Just Posted Some More Stunning Aerial Shots Of Dublin

Fact of life: everything looks better from the sky.I mean, just check out this collection of shots of the Wild Atlantic Way – or these pics of Dublin as posted by the Irish Air Corps this morning.If you like them, then we have good news: they've just posted even more breathtak

1845 – Clontarf Railway Bridge, Dublin

A fine stone double-arched bridge under the railway embankment.

1979 - Bewley's Cafe Westmoreland Street (M77)

Irish Business | Irish Photo Archive

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1970 - 17/07 Views of Dublin D512 - 2332.jpg | Irish Photo Archive

Views of Dublin from Christchurch Cathedral.31/07/1970