Dublin, Ireland - 1910s

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Shop assistants outside the Home and Colonial Stores on Broad Street, Waterford, Ireland. May 1910 Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Waterford Ireland, Old Irish, Ireland Homes, Ireland Landscape, Landscaping Jobs, Web Design Company, Dublin Ireland

May 10, 1910

Group of shop assistants outside the Home & Colonial Stores on Broad Street, Waterford. Very packed window display jammed with packets of tea, and a lovely placard in the side window proudly proclaiming that they sell Finest Irish Creamery Butter 1/- (No Higher Price). Date: Tuesday, 10 May 1910 NLI Ref.: P_WP_2028

An poster sized print, approx mm) (other products available) - February Steam-powered barges carrying barrels of stout in Dublin. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) - Image supplied by Fine Art Storehouse - poster sized print mm) made in the UK Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Historia Universal, Narrowboat, Republic Of Ireland

21 brilliant pictures of Dublin in the rare old times

From Guinness barges going up the Liffey to German bombs falling on the city during World War II, Dublin really has seen it all over the years

New Living Pictures. Sackville Street and O'Connell Street, Dublin: . Spring 1913 (National Library of Ireland) Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff, Paris Skyline, New York Skyline, The Pleasure Garden, Photo Engraving, James Joyce

Incredible High Res Photos of Dublin from 100 Years Ago

Take a trip back in time and see what life in Dublin, Ireland was like over 100 years ago

32 Westmoreland Street was originally constructed in 1912 for Lafayette. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Gone Days, Photo Engraving, Dublin Ireland, Birmingham, Big Ben

32 Westmoreland Street was originally constructed in 1912 for Lafayette.

The Great Strike Dublin 1913 The Dublin Lock-Out which started in August 1913 and ended in January 1914 was one of the biggest labour disputes of the last century in the British Isles. Dublin Street, Dublin City, Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Union Strike, History Articles, A Hundred Years

The Great Strike Dublin 1913 The Dublin Lock-Out which started in August 1913 and ended in January 1914 was one of the biggest labour disputes of the last century in the British Isles.

Architect: O’Callaghan & Webb The first F. Woolworth store in Ireland opened in 1914 on Grafton Street in Dublin. Eventually spread over three adjacent commercial units. Ireland Pictures, Images Of Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Airport, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Architecture Ireland

1910 – Woolworth’s, Grafton St., Dublin

Architect: O’Callaghan & Webb The first F. W. Woolworth store in Ireland opened in 1914 on Grafton Street in Dublin. Eventually spread over three adjacent commercial units. The southernm…

This photo was taken circa 1912 in Dublin: Corner of North Frederick Street and Hardwicke Street Ireland Pictures, Images Of Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Great Poems, Slider, Photo Engraving

The corner of North Frederick Street and Hardwicke Street in Dublin, ca. 1912.

A frozen fountain in Dublin in the early Temperatures in Ireland dropped to below zero at the end of 1913 Dublin Street, Dublin City, Dublin Ireland, Beautiful Gifts, Winter Christmas, Old Photos, Fountain, Molly Malone, Zero

A frozen fountain in Dublin in the early 1900s. Temperatures in Ireland dropped to below zero at the end of 1913

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Junction, Rathmines

What a joyous junction! There are some news posters between Retz and Rooneys at the left that might be a help in dating this one. Have a look at the large size. The headlines I can make out are: Elisha's Letters Murder in a Motor Car [Remarkable Trial?] A Long Swim France & Germany Now, I found an article entitled A Long Swim in the Irish Times from Saturday 7 July 1906: "Yesterday Jebez Wolffe, the well-known swimmer, swam from Dover to Ramsgate, a distance of 18 miles in 6 hours 35…