They are falling apart from within.
Louis Le Fronde writes:
Further to your delusional struggle to save the unattractive Poolbeg chimney stacks [Pigeon House Rd, Ringsend, Dublin 4]. Nature is having her say. Here are some exclusive photos from a friend showing the state of the stacks on the inside and how they are falling apart from within. Ultimately they’re going to have to be demolished….
Who can save Poolbeg now?
From top: Dublin Cork and Belfast
Something for your wall?
Kate Ó writes:
We travelled the 4 provinces of Ireland to capture Ireland’s most iconic places, from 32 vantage points.
We photographed, sketched, and screen printed each iconic place to create ‘Ireland’s Views Collection’ including; Dublin’s, Pigeon Towers, Cork’s Shandon Bells, Belfast’s Harland & Wolfe, and Galway’s Browne Doorway. Purchase online at link below
Irish-made stocking fillers to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Irish-made Stocking Fillers’. No fee, just Christmas glee.
Dublin from the roof of the Google Building an hour ago.
(Thanks Gary Byrne)
Poolbeg on Christmas Day 2014.
The Poolbeg smokestacks.
*stares into middle distance*
Poolbeg chimneys to remain on Dublin skyline, says ESB (Fiach Kelly, Irish Times)
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
The Great South Wall, Dublin.
Thanks Eoin Drinan
Will the The Nialler9 Record Store Day illustration yesterday by Donough O’Malley be on sale as a print?
I just want to share with you and your readers that if anyone does want a print, well now you have the chance to win one!
The Social House are doing a giveaway on their Facebook page, just head on over and add your name: All available prints will be gone by the end of the day, in time to have it framed and on the wall by the weekend. But if you don’t have any luck then fear not, as I now have the prints for sale at my online print store here