Easter Rising 1916 / Sean MacDermott in GPO in Dublin Ireland

Sean MacDermott During The Easter Rising in Dublin

A lone British Troop stands guard over the ruins of the GPO where brave men and women once fought against the might of the imperial empire in the name of the Irish Republic.

St. Nicholas and St. Patrick Streets, Dublin in 1895

Nicholas and St. Patrick Streets, Dublin in 1895

Grafton Street: This photo was taken circa 1947 in Dublin (Ireland)

Grafton Street: This photo was taken circa 1947 in Dublin (Ireland)

Thomas Street 1930s

Thomas Street 1930s

Hanlon's Corner, Dublin city, 1930s

Colourised Slides of Dublin

Dublin Ireland Enlarge this pic for detail. Its amazing!

Colourised Slides of Dublin 5

Ripping up the tram tracks at Trinity College Dublin in the late 1940s

Ripping up the tram tracks at Trinity College Dublin in the late

Women selling flowers at the base of Nelsons Pillar on Sackville Street, c.1900.#Irish #History

Nelson's Pillar 1900 - women selling flowers on sackville street

'The Lady on the Bridge', Dublin, 27th March 1956. Irish Photo Archive

’The Lady on the Bridge’ - A woman reads the newspaper on the famous O'Connell Bridge in Dublin City, Ireland. Photo taken on the of March, 1956

Michael's Lane, looking south to Cook Street, Dublin

Michael's Lane, looking south to Cook Street, Dublin

O'Connell Street, 1949.

O'Connell Street, 1949.

DUBLIN DOWN MEMORY LANE: Dorset Street 1964

DUBLIN DOWN MEMORY LANE: Dorset Street 1964

Liberty Hall under construction 1964

January 1964 A view from across the River Liffey in Dublin of Liberty Hall under construction. Until recently, it was the tallest building in Dublin. Date: Thursday, 23 January 1964

College Green & Dame Street, Dublin City This handsome painting of the Irish capital's College Green dates to circa 1753 and is the work of Joseph Tudor, the principal landscape painter of his day, who actually lived - and died - on Dame Street.

College Green & Dame Street, Dublin City This handsome painting of the Irish capital's College Green dates to circa 1753 and is the work of Joseph Tudor, the principal landscape painter of his day, who actually lived - and died - on Dame Street.

Cock-fighting was a regular feature of life in the the working class area of Blackpitts, photographed here c. 1880-1900 #Irish #History

Cock-fighting was a regular feature of life in the the working class area of Blackpitts,Dublin, photographed here c.

Old Dublin Photos - Old Dublin Town

Old Dublin Photos - Old Dublin Town

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