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O’Connell Bridge Elevated view of O'Connell Bridge looking towards Westmoreland Street with the Daniel O'Connell statue in the foreground. © Courtesy of The National Library of Ireland Ireland Pictures, Images Of Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Beast Of Revelation, World Empire, Scotland History

O’Connell Bridge (c.1940) Elevated view of O'Connell Bridge looking towards Westmoreland Street with the Daniel O'Connell statue in the foreground. © Courtesy of The National Library of Ireland

Nice shot of Woolworth's of Grafton Street Original pin said Grafton Street but I think its Henry Street. Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Grafton Street, Photo Engraving

Nice shot of Woolworth's of Grafton Street Original pin said Grafton Street but I think its Henry Street.

Architect: Frederick Morley The Coffee Palace was run by the Dublin Total Abstinence Society. It included hotel accommodation, coffee booths, and a ‘temperance hall with room for 500 people’. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, City People, Photo Engraving, Ireland Homes, Dublin Ireland, England Uk

The Coffee Palace was run by the Dublin Total Abstinence Society. It included hotel accommodation, coffee booths, and a ‘temperance hall with room for 500 people’. The building was later demolished along with the destruction of Theatre Royal on Hawkins St, and the New Metropole Cinema, later the Screen Cinema, eventually took its place.

Woolworth & Co Cork Cork Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cork City, Ireland Homes, Travel Info, England Uk, Historian

January 2014 – Page 2 – Old Photos of Cork

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“The Flowing Tide on Abbey Street, early Still going strong Dublin Pubs, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Images Of Ireland, Stone Facade, Ireland Homes

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Built 1824 – The Flowing Tide, Abbey Street, Dublin. - A fine pub building on an important corner site, The Flowing Tide has a great cut stone façade at street level. As can be seen in the photograph, originally like many Dublin pubs the main doorway was on the corner, accessible from both streets, one part of which has now been closed up. - Archiseek.ie

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Workers at the Guinness brewery at St. James's Gate, Dublin, 22nd...

Workers at the Guinness brewery at St. James's Gate, Dublin, 22nd August 1953. Original publication: Picture Post - 6666 - Ireland's National Drink - pub. 1953 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

History in Color on Instagram: “Irish farmers sitting in a cart being pulled by a donkey on their way to market in Courthouse Square, Galway, Ireland in c. 1900. Credit:…” County Cork Ireland, Galway Ireland, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Jamaica History, Ireland Landscape, Irish Culture, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

History in Color on Instagram: “Irish farmers sitting in a cart being pulled by a donkey on their way to market in Courthouse Square, Galway, Ireland in c. 1900. Credit:…”

2,542 Likes, 14 Comments - History in Color (@historycolored) on Instagram: “Irish farmers sitting in a cart being pulled by a donkey on their way to market in Courthouse…”

Hours before death: This newly-uncovered image is the last one taken of IRA leader Michael Collins (in the back of the car, left) before he was shot dead Types Of Photography, Candid Photography, Documentary Photography, Wildlife Photography, Street Photography, Michael Collins, Scene Image, Close Up Portraits, Photography Competitions

Pictured hours before his assassination: Last photograph of IRA leader Michael Collins found in an attic after 90 years

The remarkable photograph taken on August 22, 1922 by 18-year-old Agnes Hurley, has only come to light after being discovered in the attic of a Dublin house.

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