Dubliners through the eyes of dan75

Just above that hairdresser is where I did a modelling course! Fun memories x

VIDEO: Want to take a trip around Dublin city in 1965? Now you can… I have explored all these streets...love this city. sigh. makes me want to go home.

The footage was part of a CIE Dublin Bus training video shot in 1965 Watch 'Dublin Town on this channel which includes the edited bits from this film w.

Forty Coats - Dublin character on Cumberland Street 1987.

Forty Coats - Dublin character on Cumberland Street

O'Connell Street, Dublin Ireland :: May 1966

O Connell Street,corner of Metropole cinema Telegram boy on Bicycle.

Jammet's Restaurant, accessed via 1-2 Adam's Court, Grafton Street and 46 Nassau Street, was the finest restaurant in Ireland from 1901-1967. Established by two French brothers Michel and Francoise Jammet and subsequently run by Michel’s son Louis it was a bastion of superb French food and wine in the general austerity of the time.

Jammet's THE place for french food in Dublin back in the day.

Cook Street, before widening, none of these buildings survive today.

Cook Street, before widening, none of these buildings survive today.

Aston Quay Dublin 1967

Aston Quay Dublin 1967 - horses and drays were common then in Dublin.

Dublin. No. 24 Bus to Hueston Bridge.

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and

Red Corner Shop, Synnott Place and Dorset Street. Since restored.

Red Corner Shop, Synnott Place and Dorset Street. Since restored.

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