Dublin's Streets & Buildings

Architecture and history, many pictures from DublinForum.net, Archiseek.com, the National Library of Ireland, Dublin City Council.
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Fashion shoot/photo by Milton Greene on St Michael's Hill, Winetavern Street, Dublin, Ireland, 1953. In the distance you can see the last remaining stone wall of St. Nicholas Within and opposite, the building that the model is partially blocking, the building that marked the corner of Patrick's Street and Cornmarket, demolished to widen the street in subsequent years.

Barbara Goalen in back-belted checked Donegal tweed coat by Sybil Connolly, photo by Milton Greene on Parliament Street, Dublin, Ireland, 1953

Car Parking on O’Connell Bridge (1926)  Motor cars parked along the median strip on O'Connell Bridge.  © Courtesy of The National Library of Ireland

Car Parking on O’Connell Bridge Motor cars parked along the median strip on O'Connell Bridge. © Courtesy of The National Library of Ireland

This lovely shot of Westmoreland Street from a high viewpoint is from the Eason Collection, and is todays offering. It even includes a tram, or so the cataloguer says, but I can see a couple of others nearer the bridge. No bazaars or arcades here - but lots of people and modes of transport! As location was already confirmed, much of the discussion (below) on this image centered on the date. The lower-end of the catalogue range (1900) seems about right - though Clery's and the Imperial ...

Westmoreland Street (looking to O'Connell Bridge, including a tram), Dublin City, Co.

Ireland |by Bock-Schroeder 1956

Sacred Heart of Jesus on O’Connell Street beseeching His Protection upon all taxi drivers in Dublin.

Cassidy's, The Tower Bar, 33 Henry Street was originally constructed in approximately 1770-1790.

Cassidy's, The Tower Bar, 33 Henry Street was originally constructed in approximately 1770-1790.

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