Dublin, Ireland

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Custom House
King's Inns
St George's Church, Hardwicke Place
Cork Street
Kevin Street
North King Street
Asylums
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River Liffey, Bridges and Quays
St Stephen's Green
Fitzwilliam Square
Merrion Square
Aungier Street and St Peter's Church
Dame Street
Sackville Street/O'Connell Street
Kilmainham
Hospitals

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An exterior view of terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Note the cobblestones on the street. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

An exterior view of terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Note the cobblestones on the street. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of the backs of terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of the backs of terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A man walks past two wicker hand carts outside terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. The street is cobblestoned. *Note the area of negative damage at the bottom of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A man walks past two wicker hand carts outside terraced houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. The street is cobblestoned. *Note the area of negative damage at the bottom of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A man pulls a two-wheeled cart past a house on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Note the cobblestones on the street. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A man pulls a two-wheeled cart past a house on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Note the cobblestones on the street. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Children outside houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. A man on a bicycle is partly visible on the right. *Note the area of negative damage on the right of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Children outside houses on Marrowbone Lane, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. A man on a bicycle is partly visible on the right. *Note the area of negative damage on the right of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of a cobblestoned Thomas Court Bawn near The Coombe, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. R Stirling's grocery shop is located at 1a Thomas Court Bawn. The street visible in the left background is Marrowbone Lane; Coombe Dairies is located at number 81. *Note the area of negative damage on the right of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of a cobblestoned Thomas Court Bawn near The Coombe, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. R Stirling's grocery shop is located at 1a Thomas Court Bawn. The street visible in the left background is Marrowbone Lane; Coombe Dairies is located at number 81. *Note the area of negative damage on the right of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Shops on Marrowbone Lane and Thomas Court Bawn, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. The dairy M Russell is at number 1 Marrowbone Lane; next door to it at number 1 Thomas Court Bawn is newsagent J Egan. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Shops on Marrowbone Lane and Thomas Court Bawn, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. The dairy M Russell is at number 1 Marrowbone Lane; next door to it at number 1 Thomas Court Bawn is newsagent J Egan. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

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City Hall

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The Dead Zoo

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St Thomas' Church of Ireland

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Views of Dublin c1810

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Wesley College

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Custom House

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King's Inns

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St George's Church, Hardwicke Place

A view of St George's Church of Ireland on Hardwicke Place, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. This shot was taken from Hardwicke Street; note the terraced Georgian buildings on both sides of the street. St George's Church was built between 1802 and 1813 by the architect Francis Johnston; its spire is 200 feet in height. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of St George's Church of Ireland on Hardwicke Place, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. This shot was taken from Hardwicke Street; note the terraced Georgian buildings on both sides of the street. St George's Church was built between 1802 and 1813 by the architect Francis Johnston; its spire is 200 feet in height. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Cork Street

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Kevin Street

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North King Street

Young boys at the corner of North King Street (left) and Coleraine Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are standing outside furniture dealer Henry McBride's premises at 31 North King Street. *Note the area of negative damage visible in the centre of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Young boys at the corner of North King Street (left) and Coleraine Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are standing outside furniture dealer Henry McBride's premises at 31 North King Street. *Note the area of negative damage visible in the centre of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of 45-46 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Swift Launderette is at number 45 while bootmaker/boot repairer Thomas J McNamee is at number 46. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of 45-46 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Swift Launderette is at number 45 while bootmaker/boot repairer Thomas J McNamee is at number 46. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

An exterior view of 47 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. P Foley, tobacconist, was located here at the time this picture was taken. Note the elaborate decorative elements on the building. W Murphy's chemists is partly visible at number 48. A woman using a crutch can be seen passing by Foley's. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

An exterior view of 47 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. P Foley, tobacconist, was located here at the time this picture was taken. Note the elaborate decorative elements on the building. W Murphy's chemists is partly visible at number 48. A woman using a crutch can be seen passing by Foley's. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A drover herds cattle through North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are probably heading towards the Dublin Cattle Market, then located near North Circular Road. A double-decker bus can be seen in the left background. A sign on the right indicates a premises owned by Byrne at 101 North King Street, although Thom's Directory (1952) lists an M Muldoon at this address. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A drover herds cattle through North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are probably heading towards the Dublin Cattle Market, then located near North Circular Road. A double-decker bus can be seen in the left background. A sign on the right indicates a premises owned by Byrne at 101 North King Street, although Thom's Directory (1952) lists an M Muldoon at this address. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Asylums

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Colourised Photographs and Postcards

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River Liffey, Bridges and Quays

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St Stephen's Green

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Fitzwilliam Square

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Merrion Square

1890s Robert French photo colourised by Rob Cross featuring Prince Albert's statue by John Henry Foley together with its companion sculptures representing Art, Science, Industry and Agriculture on Leinster Lawn in #Dublin. #IrishHistory #History

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1890s Robert French photo colourised by Rob Cross featuring Prince Albert's statue by John Henry Foley together with its companion sculptures representing Art, Science, Industry and Agriculture on Leinster Lawn in #Dublin. #IrishHistory #History

Rutland Fountain, Merrion Square design by Architect Francis Sandys dating from 1792 and the fountain is a commemoration of the Duke of Rutland. Notice the park lodge behind the fountain which unfortunately no longer exists.

Rutland Fountain, Merrion Square design by Architect Francis Sandys dating from 1792 and the fountain is a commemoration of the Duke of Rutland. Notice the park lodge behind the fountain which unfortunately no longer exists.

Aungier Street and St Peter's Church

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Dame Street

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Sackville Street/O'Connell Street

In Feb 1916 the newly enlarged public hall of the GPO reopened. As seen here in the Irish Builder magazine of 25 March 1916, it contained one of the first telephone boxes in Ireland. Weeks later, all this was gone.

In Feb 1916 the newly enlarged public hall of the GPO reopened. As seen here in the Irish Builder magazine of 25 March 1916, it contained one of the first telephone boxes in Ireland. Weeks later, all this was gone.

Kilmainham

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Hospitals

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The Main Courtyard of the Four Courts Marshalsea (Debtors) Prison, Thomas Street, Dublin

The Main Courtyard of the Four Courts Marshalsea (Debtors) Prison, Thomas Street, Dublin

The Main Courtyard of the Four Courts Marshalsea (Debtors) Prison, Thomas Street, Dublin

The Debtors Prison in Newgate, Dublin Ireland

Irish Debtors' Prisons in Ireland

How owing a debt could land you a prison sentence in 19th century Ireland. The terrible conditions. Irish people had to endure terrible conditions in debtors prisons. The debtor was imprisoned until the money was paid which could be years.

In Feb 1916 the newly enlarged public hall of the GPO reopened. As seen here in the Irish Builder magazine of 25 March 1916, it contained one of the first telephone boxes in Ireland. Weeks later, all this was gone.

In Feb 1916 the newly enlarged public hall of the GPO reopened. As seen here in the Irish Builder magazine of 25 March 1916, it contained one of the first telephone boxes in Ireland. Weeks later, all this was gone.

21 November 1920 – Bloody Sunday | Dublin Castle

21 November 1920 – Bloody Sunday

21 November 1920 – Bloody Sunday | Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

History | Dublin Castle

History

History | Dublin Castle

Exhibition buildings frontage, jaunting car, constable , etc in foreground, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

Exhibition buildings frontage, jaunting car, constable , etc in foreground, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

Exhibition buildings frontage, jaunting car, constable , etc in foreground, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

1880 – Royal University of Ireland, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin – Archiseek – Irish Architecture

1880 – Royal University of Ireland, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

Architect: Alfred G. Jones The former Coburg Gardens (now Iveagh Gardens) hosted the Dublin International Exhibition of 1865 and a further exhibition in 1874. After the exhibitions, the building we…

1880 – Royal University of Ireland, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin – Archiseek – Irish Architecture

1880 – Royal University of Ireland, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin

Architect: Alfred G. Jones The former Coburg Gardens (now Iveagh Gardens) hosted the Dublin International Exhibition of 1865 and a further exhibition in 1874. After the exhibitions, the building we…

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1890s Robert French photo colourised by Rob Cross featuring Prince Albert's statue by John Henry Foley together with its companion sculptures representing Art, Science, Industry and Agriculture on Leinster Lawn in #Dublin. #IrishHistory #History

Rob Cross (@RobCross247)

1890s Robert French photo colourised by Rob Cross featuring Prince Albert's statue by John Henry Foley together with its companion sculptures representing Art, Science, Industry and Agriculture on Leinster Lawn in #Dublin. #IrishHistory #History

Rutland Fountain, Merrion Square design by Architect Francis Sandys dating from 1792 and the fountain is a commemoration of the Duke of Rutland. Notice the park lodge behind the fountain which unfortunately no longer exists.

Rutland Fountain, Merrion Square design by Architect Francis Sandys dating from 1792 and the fountain is a commemoration of the Duke of Rutland. Notice the park lodge behind the fountain which unfortunately no longer exists.

Young boys at the corner of North King Street (left) and Coleraine Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are standing outside furniture dealer Henry McBride's premises at 31 North King Street. *Note the area of negative damage visible in the centre of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

Young boys at the corner of North King Street (left) and Coleraine Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. They are standing outside furniture dealer Henry McBride's premises at 31 North King Street. *Note the area of negative damage visible in the centre of frame.* Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of 45-46 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Swift Launderette is at number 45 while bootmaker/boot repairer Thomas J McNamee is at number 46. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

A view of 45-46 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. Swift Launderette is at number 45 while bootmaker/boot repairer Thomas J McNamee is at number 46. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

An exterior view of 47 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. P Foley, tobacconist, was located here at the time this picture was taken. Note the elaborate decorative elements on the building. W Murphy's chemists is partly visible at number 48. A woman using a crutch can be seen passing by Foley's. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill

An exterior view of 47 North King Street, Dublin city, in 1952 or 1953. P Foley, tobacconist, was located here at the time this picture was taken. Note the elaborate decorative elements on the building. W Murphy's chemists is partly visible at number 48. A woman using a crutch can be seen passing by Foley's. Collection RTÉ Johnson Collection Photographer Johnson, Nevill