Hanlon's Corner, Dublin city, 1930s

North Circular Road looking west at the corner of Ellesmere Avenue. Cattle Market on left

Dublin Bombings 1974 That Friday we were 5th years rehearsing our show in the school hall for the sixth years leaving party when we heard the explosions. Our school was the Mercy College in Beaumont, a good 5 miles away from the devastation. Of course we had no idea at the time what the noise was. Jean

The devastation of an Irish Republican bomb attack on innocent shoppers, Belfast

Sackville Street and Carlisle Bridge in 1870.

“One of the oldest photos of Dublin in existence Carlisle bridge and Sackville street Credit:

Dublin. 1964. Kingsbridge Station.

Saying goodbye to the nun on the train. Kingsbridge (Heuston) Station, Dublin via

1935 - Theatre Royal, Hawkins St., Dublin - Architecture of Dublin City, Vanished Ireland - Archiseek.com - I remember the masks you can see on the facade - they were removed from the site at demolition and decorated the garden of a friend's house in Dublin.

Love this illustration of the demolished Theatre Royal. So optimistically affluent with the cars and pedestrians.