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Sackville street 1915

Tenements 1922

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Tenements 1922

May 1916, A party of Sinn Feiners, including a bearded old man, marched away under escort, The Irish rebellion began on Easter Monday 24th April 1916 when the Irish rebels attempted to gain control of public buildings in Dublin, but they were doomed to failure
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War and Conflict, Politics, Dublin, Ireland, The Easter Uprising,...

War and Conflict, Politics, Dublin, Ireland, The Easter Uprising, pic: May 1916, A party of Sinn Feiners, including a bearded old man, marched away under escort, The Irish rebellion began on Easter...

NCR at Phibsboro. I'd say early 1960's.

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NCR at Phibsboro. I'd say early 1960's.

Precious cargo! A barge motors down the River Liffey from Dublin's Guinness brewery with freshly sealed casks of stout.

The Ireland of yesterday

An island roughly the size of the state of Maine, Ireland and its people enjoy a hold on the imagination that far outstrips the country's physical scale.

Nelson's Pillar c 1960 | MajorCalloway | Flickr
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Nelson's Pillar c 1960

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a dub 1970s geography wellington quay
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May Contain Vintage Dublin Bus Porn

And a bit of Córas Iompair shunting action while you’re at it. (heavy bass). Oh, yesss. Pant. Etc. Dublin in the 1970s in color. From top: Main Street, Ranelagh; Stephen’s Green; Sherri…

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....

Dublin Buses

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....

Leyland Leopard, Howth A CIE (Dublin City fleet) “C” class Leyland Leopard (C102 – EZH 102), with a body by Metal Sections Limited, at Howth station awaiting departure with the 13.35 to Howth Summit. This was service 88 – a replacement for the Great Northern’s Railway’s Hill of Howth tramway (1901-59).
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Leyland Leopard, Howth A CIE (Dublin City fleet) “C” class Leyland Leopard (C102 – EZH 102), with a body by Metal Sections Limited, at Howth station awaiting departure with the 13.35 to Howth Summit. This was service 88 – a replacement for the Great Northern’s Railway’s Hill of Howth tramway (1901-59).

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Dublin bus Volvo B5TL Gemini 3 Fleet Number SG 341 Reg 172-D-20736 Is seen in Dublin city centre on service 123

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....
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Dublin Buses

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....

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Dublin Bus Wrightbus StreetDeck HEV Fleet Number WH1 Reg 191-D-33234 Is seen In Dublin City Centre on Route 25b

Throwback Thursday (147)
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Throwback Thursday (147)

Hallowe'en 1998 and it is raining at Dublin Heuston Station. KD 240 is with a 91 to the City Centre. This route ran on an adhoc basis, providing extra capacity to the 90 but not going all the way to Dublin Connolly. KD 240 was based at Conyngham Road and was delivered new between 1982/83. One thing to note in this photo is the ticket machine beside the bus. Free standing ticket machines were, and still are, rare for Dublin Bus. The other notable location that had a ticket machine was Dublin…

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KD 363 Blackrock

BLACKROCK VILLAGE 1990Ss and Dublin Bus KD 363 on route 8 Built 1984 by Bombardier Ind. at Shannon, the bus is one of the last six built for CIE . It was withdrawn in 2001

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Dublin 1940s, 50s?

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