British Library digitised image from page 41 of "The Dictionary of Dublin, being a comprehensive guide to the city and its neighbourhood ... Illustrated by numerous photographs taken by the authors"
Image taken from: Title: "The Dictionary of Dublin, being a comprehensive guide to the city and its neighbourhood ... Illustrated by numerous photographs taken by the authors" Author(s): Strangways, Leonard Richard Ffleming [person] ; Cosgrave, Ephraim Macdowel [person] British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 10390.de.9" Page: 41 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication) Place of publication: Dublin (Ireland) Date of publication: 1895 Publisher…
St Audoen’s, Cornmarket | St Catherine and St James with St Audoen
St Audoen's church, Cornmarket, prior to the removal of pinnacles. Purcell's Alley runs down by the front of the church, Bridge Street was realigned in the 1970s and this area is barely recognisable today.
.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
Our catalogue described this as a Street scene, possibly in Dublin: with motor cars, pedestrians and tramlines. I knew we could do better than that, hoping J. McCaffrey at no. 39 would be a help. I was thinking Terenure-ish, but was absolutely wrong! Thanks a million to DannyM8 who suggested Donnybrook, and then backed it up with hard evidence from the 1911 census, finding John McCaffrey, greengrocer, (35) at 39 Donnybrook Road! With regard to an accurate date for this photo, one of the…