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Phoenix Park

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Start of the international car racing in Phoenix Park Dublin. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gone Days, Ireland Homes, Vintage Auto, Classic Motors, Dublin Ireland

Start of the international car racing in Phoenix Park Dublin. September 27th 1936

 I worked in the tea rooms outside the Zoo during one of my school holidays. I have many happy memories of the place. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Independence, Images Of Ireland, Old Irish, Irish Pride, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin City

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Phoenix Park, Dublin. I worked in the tea rooms outside the Zoo during one of my school holidays. I have many happy memories of the place.

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Spectacular images show what Ireland looked like in 1927

Spectacular images show what Ireland looked like in 1927

 In 1745 the Phoenix Park was redeveloped as a recreation centre for Dubliners. Dublin Zoo, Dublin House, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Irish Landscape

Phoenix Park - Chesterfield Avenue

In 1745 the Phoenix Park was redeveloped as a recreation centre for the citizens of Dublin, during which period much of the shrub planting and system of paths seen today was established. It now covers 1,752 acres and remains one of the largest enclosed urban parks in the world. It contains the People's Gardens; Dublin Zoo; the residence of the President of Ireland (Áras an Uachtaráin) and that of the United States Ambassador; St. Mary's Hospital built as the Royal Hibernian Military School…

Illustration showing Dublin, both the largest city and the capital of Ireland. It is located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Independence, Old Photographs, Old Books, Dublin Ireland, Folklore, East Coast, Phoenix

Dublin | Old Book Illustrations

Illustration showing Dublin, both the largest city and the capital of Ireland. It is located near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey

The Phœnix Park, Dublin Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Independence, Gone Days, Dublin, The Borrowers, Ireland, Past, Places To Visit

The Phœnix Park, Dublin : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

The Phœnix Park, Dublin is an article from The Dublin Penny Journal, Volume 3. View more articles from The Dublin Penny Journal.View this article on...

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The Phœnix Park, Dublin : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

The Phœnix Park, Dublin is an article from The Dublin Penny Journal, Volume 3. View more articles from The Dublin Penny Journal.View this article on...

The Phoenix Park was formed as a Royal Deer Park in Dublin in Its name is thought to be derived from the Irish word Fionnuisce, a spring of clear water. it originally encompassed acres, and was stocked with deer, partridges and pheasants. Dublin House, Dublin City, Irish Independence, Ireland Pictures, City Library, Photo Engraving, Deer Park, Old Photos, Acre

Phoenix Park - Lake, Wellington Monument

The Phoenix Park was formed as a Royal Deer Park in Dublin in 1662. Its name is thought to be derived from the Irish word Fionnuisce, a spring of clear water. it originally encompassed 2,000 acres, and was stocked with deer, partridges and pheasants.

vintage everyday: Dublin in the early Photography – 28 Historic Pictures Documented Daily Life of the Capital of Ireland before 1900 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Irish Independence, French Collection, Horse And Buggy, Photo Engraving, Ways Of Seeing, Dublin

Irish Jaunting car

The once ubiquitous Irish Jaunting car, or as it was also called, the "side car". Up to the 1950s they were the taxi of choice in most places. Often with little comfort, as one hung-on precariously sideways to the direction of travel. It was a great way of seeing what was on your side of the car but not what was on the opposite side. This fine Lawrence shot shows the Phoenix Monument (which was moved some decades after this shot but is now back where it belongs).... Photographer: Robert…