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The exotic lure of Dublin, Ireland.by Archidave. The 1854 museum building of Trinity College, Dublin. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Places, Ireland Travel, Galway Ireland, Cork Ireland, Ireland Vacation

The exotic lure of Dublin

The 1854 museum building of Trinity College, Dublin. Using a vast array of native Irish stone and a set of polychrome tile saucer domes this space has something of a hint of a Middle Eastern bazaar

Bride Street, Dublin, looking North (Note Albert Lewis-upholsterer and mattress manufacturer-on right at 98 Bride Street) Dublin Map, Dublin Hotels, Visit Dublin, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

1891 – 1915: Early Developments | The Iveagh Trust | Housing Association & Approved Housing Body, Dublin, Ireland

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Probably the remains of the early Dublin Fire Brigade – Station Station being their headquarters on South William St. The first ‘fire station’ was in Whitehorse Yard off Winetavern… Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Ireland Facts, Ireland Homes, Ireland Landscape, Ireland Vacation

1850s – Fire Station No.2, Whitehorse Yard, Winetavern St., Dublin

Probably the remains of the early Dublin Fire Brigade – Station No.2. Station No.1 being their headquarters on South William St. The first ‘fire station’ was in Whitehorse Yard off Winetavern…

Golf Tips Pulling Shots Left Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Photo Engraving, Dublin Ireland, Historic Homes, Back In The Day

18th C. – Newlands House, Newlands Cross, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin

A large nine bay, two-storey over basement house with single-bay substantial pavilions to each end. The house and demense changed hands many times over the years. In 1776, the demesne was purchased…

St Audoen's ( 1969) is named after the patron saint of Normandy, St Ouen. It was built in 1190 and stands on the site of a seventh-century church that was dedicated to St Columcille. It is the only remaining medieval parish church in the city. The tower [seen here] was built in 1670 and restored in 1826. The tower holds six bells, three of which are the oldest bells in Ireland. Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Medieval, Buildings, Old Things

St Audoen's ( 1969) is named after the patron saint of Normandy, St Ouen. It was built in 1190 and stands on the site of a seventh-century church that was dedicated to St Columcille. It is the only remaining medieval parish church in the city. The tower [seen here] was built in 1670 and restored in 1826. The tower holds six bells, three of which are the oldest bells in Ireland.

Nuns passing demolition at Dorset Street on the Northside during summer 1964 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dorset Street, Croke Park, Ireland Homes, School Memories, Dublin Ireland, Old School, Past

Nuns passing demolition, Dublin

A more modern shot with many signals of times past! The makeshift hoarding versus todays mandatory fencing and most of all those nuns with those enormous headpieces on display. With thanks to O Mac and sharon.corbet we know that this was likely a shot of the much debated demolition works at Dorset Street on the northside during the summer of 1964. Photographer: Elinor Wiltshire Date: 1964 NLI Ref: WIL 10[1] You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at…

"The court-house, located in Thomas Court Bawn, was used as a church in the while St. Catherine’s was being renovated, and later was used as a Sunday school. The building fell into decay in the latter half of the century and was demolished in Dublin Street, Dublin City, Ireland Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Time Photos, Photo Engraving, Dublin Ireland, Abandoned, Liberty

17th C. – Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore Court House, Dublin

The Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore (also known as the Earl of Meath’s Liberty) was one of several manors, or liberties, that existed in Dublin. They were originally adjacent to Dublin cit…

Views of Old Dublin February of Lower Exchequer Street, Dublin. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Photo Archive, Celtic, Ireland, History, Gallery, Image

1976 - Pictures of Old Dublin (K8) - Images | Irish Photo Archive

Views of Old Dublin 14/02/1976.02.14.1976.14th February 1976.Photograph of Lower Exchequer Street, Dublin.

British Troops Arresting Sinn Feiners in Dublin and Putting Them into Patrol Wagons 1920 Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ivy Rose, Free State, Rich Image, Dublin City, The Visitors

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