Dublin 1916 Then & Now - Pictures from the 1916 Rising
All the text and photographs below have been compiled by Derek Molyneux and his daughter Shannon. Well done to them both, they have and are doing outstanding work in remembering the 1916 Rising. The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation are thankful for their support and we congratulate them on a great work in progress.. Derek
Taken at North Wall, Dublin, as soldiers of a British cavalry regiment prepare to leave Ireland with their horses. Following the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in December 1921, there was a steady evacuation of British soldiers from Ireland during 1922. Date: 1922 NLI Ref.: IND_H_0136
Manchester Guardian – Rare 1916 Images now online.
The early 20th century saw the beginning of the soon-to-be widespread use of photography in newspapers and periodicals. Magazines such as The Sphere, Irish Life and the Illustrated London News brou…
Sorting Letters – Rotunda 1916
Image of the month – April The destruction of the GPO in April 1916 meant that there was no sorting office for day-to-day sorting of mails. Within days of the rebellion being over, however, t…
1916 Rising photos never before seen publicly revealed | IrishCentral.com
Limerick historian documented Dublin in ruins after the Easter rebellion in collection of captivating photographs.
Waiting on Westland Row
Crowds waiting to meet prisoners released under general amnesty. This photo must have been taken from the railway bridge at Westland Row station as was (Pearse Station now). Date: Monday morning, 18 June 1917 (thanks DannyM8) NLI Ref.: Ke 125