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Iveagh Baths built by the Guinness family. Ireland Pictures, Images Of Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin City

1891 – 1915: Early Developments | The Iveagh Trust | Housing Association & Approved Housing Body, Dublin, Ireland

Iveagh Baths Dublin

Ha'penny Bridge over the River Liffey Dublin city, looking North towards Lower Liffey Street - Ireland Pictures, Images Of Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Homes, Dublin City, Over The River, Take Better Photos, Great Photographers

Media Tweets by Shane Wilson (@shanew147)

The latest media Tweets from Shane Wilson (@shanew147). Part-time Genealogist, interests inc. History, Science, Maps, Photography, Astronomy, Archaeology, Computers, Tech. & Eng., Books, Scifi, Movies, Music, F1 etc. Dublin, Ireland

Ireland - Bewley's Oriental cafe - Dublin landmark and tradition since 1927 Best Of Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Cafe Dublin, Dublin City, Nocturne, Grafton Street, Black And White Prints, Architecture Details

Night Cafe

Night Cafe - Photograph at philpankov.com Dublin, 2003 Black & White Photography. 100+ Hand-Printed Black & White Photographs. Black & White Prints of Ireland, Italy & France plus Flower & Abstract photos.

Weavers' Hall, the Coombe, demolished with a lead statue of Kind George II above the door. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Old Irish, Photo Engraving, Dublin Ireland, Book Of Life, Historical Photos

Weavers' Hall, the Coombe, demolished in 1956(?), with a lead statue of Gearge II above the door.

The newest bridge over Dublin's river Liffey is to be named after Rosie Hackett, trade unionist, ICA member and she also had a key role in the 1913 lockout. She lived in Abbey Street and worked in Eden Quay, Dublin 1 Family History Book, History Books, Find My Ancestors, Irish People, Dublin City, People Of Interest, Irish Celtic, Irish Eyes, Irish Dance

The newest bridge over Dublin's river Liffey is to be named after Rosie Hackett, trade unionist, ICA member and she also had a key role in the 1913 lockout. She lived in Abbey Street and worked in Eden Quay, Dublin 1

Howth Tram by MajorCalloway, via Flikr Buses And Trains, Old Trains, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin City, Old Video, Black And White Photography, Street Photography, Beautiful Homes

Howth Tram 1950s

Explore MajorCalloway's photos on Flickr. MajorCalloway has uploaded 2402 photos to Flickr.

Old Images of Dublin Dorset Street, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Images, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes

The Five Lamps - 1970s

The Five Lamps is a decorative lamp post with five lanterns, which stands at the junction of five streets - Portland Row, North Strand Road, Seville Place, Amiens Street and Killarney Street. Wrong title, date or description? Have something to add? Please let me know below or email oldpicsofdublin at yahoo dot com.

Ballsbridge In Dublin (Ireland) Love Ireland, Dublin Ireland, County Cork, Grand Canal, Shades Of Green, Ancestry, Old Photos, Places Ive Been, Maps

Ballsbridge In Dublin (Ireland)

Ball's Bridge is a bridge in Dublin, Ireland, situated in "Pembroke" which spans the River Dodder on the south side of the city. It is a three arch stone bridge and was built in 1791. Pembroke is an exclusive area and is known to contain very expensive property. Though this name is little known and the area is instead called after the bridge, being called "Ballsbridge" in common use. The sign on the bridge still proclaims it as "Ball's Bridge" in recognition of the fact that the original…

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