The "Lady Lavery" series of the old Irish banknotes. This personification of Ireland modelled on Lady Lavery and painted by her husband was reproduced on banknotes of the Republic of Ireland from 1928 until the 1970s. It then appeared as a watermark on Series B and C notes until the latter were replaced by the euro in 2002.
The Tara Brooch is a Celtic brooch of about 700 AD generally considered to be the most impressive of over 50 elaborate Irish brooches to have been discovered. It was found in 1850 and rapidly recognised as one of the most important works of early Christian Irish Insular art; Plenty of knot worked symbolisms it is now displayed in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.
1920 – Capitol Theatre, Princes Street, Dublin
Architect: T.F. McNamara The Capitol Theatre, located just off O’Connell Street, Dublin, began life on 10 August 1920 as the La Scala Theatre and Opera House. Constructed on the former site o…
The Theatre Royal Dublin 1959. Judy Garland played the Theatre Royal, wowing punters who couldn’t get tickets by singing from her dressing room window. And Danny Kaye was fondly remembered for many years by the taxi drivers of Dublin. He sang so many encores that everyone missed the last bus home.
.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
1935 – Theatre Royal, Hawkins St., Dublin
Architect: Leslie Norton The third Theatre Royal opened on September 23, 1935 in Hawkins Street. Designed by English architect Leslie Norton in conjunction with Dublin firm Scott & Good. It wa…