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The Queen's Theatre, 209 Great Brunswick Street, Now Pearse Street, Dublin Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Queens Theatre, Brunswick Street, Images Of Ireland, Ireland Homes, City Landscape

The Queen's Theatre, 209 Great Brunswick Street, Now Pearse Street, Dublin

An Article from arthurlloyd.co.uk. The Music Hall and Theatre History Website dedicated to Arthur Lloyd 1839 - 1904

Old Dublin Cinemas – Local History Castleknock – History of Castleknock Old Pictures, Old Photos, City Roller, British Home, Ireland Homes, Art Deco Buildings, Dublin City, Local History, Dublin Ireland

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.

The Metropole cinema, Dublin - continuous performances with a double feature and cartoons - great value Old Images, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Georgian Architecture, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin Ireland

Metropole Cinema in Dublin, IE

Cinema Treasures is the ultimate guide to movie theaters

The Fairview Grand Cinema, Dublin, Ireland. Dublin Map, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Molly Malone, Dublin Street, Old Irish, Theatres

Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 - Page 73 - Dublinforum.net

Page 73- Old B&W Photos Of Dublin - Part 1 Arts & Culture

Struggled with these bikes. Messenger Boy bikes, a common sight around Dublin back in the day. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dorset Street, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin City, Irish Celtic, Irish Eyes, Irish Dance

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Dublin used to have 56 different cinemas. Here are some of the lost ones. Dublin Map, Dublin Hotels, Dublin Castle, Visit Dublin, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street

Dublin used to have 56 different cinemas. Here are some of the lost ones.

Practically every little suburb had its own cinema. Is yours still there?

The Swastika Laundry was founded in 1912 and was one of many Laundry businesses in Dublin. Founded by John W. Brittain – from Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim who was one of the . Old Pictures, Old Photos, Laundry Company, Gone Days, Michael Church, City People, Photo Engraving, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland

Swastika Laundry

The Swastika Laundry was founded in 1912 and was one of many Laundry businesses in Dublin. Founded by John W. Brittain (1872 – 1937) from Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim who was one of the ...

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 Love Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin City, Skyscraper, Travel Destinations

Photos of Dublin from 1961

Got pointed in the direction of these pics. Some lovely images of Dublin as it was. How the skyline has changed.... Dublin 1961

The Gala Cinema was built by G & T Crampton and was officially opened by Canon Troy on the 23 May The first Cinemascope musical film shown was ‘Lucky Me’ starring Doris Day and Phil Silvers. There was seating for people. The Gala closed as a cinema in Old Pictures, Old Photos, Musical Film, Photo Engraving, Planning Permission, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Store Fronts, Childhood Memories

Gala Cinema Ballyfermot Notes taken from the Book Ballyfermot Building a Community 1948 - 2006

The Gala Cinema was built by G & T Crampton and was officially opened by Canon Troy on the 23 May 1955. The first Cinemascope musical film shown was ‘Lucky Me’ starring Doris Day and Phil Silvers. There was seating for 1,850 people, which included the balcony. The owners claimed that it was the largest cinema in Ireland at that time. At weekends you could see large queues and you would not be guaranteed to get in. There was one usherette and two ushers. Matt was one of the ushers and the…