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Save Moore Street tweetz:

“BREAKING! Hoarding and scaffolding erected around buildings on 1916 Moore Street Terrace. Court case pending…”


Restoration to begin at 1916 Moore St buildings (RTE, November 10, 2105)

12 thoughts on “Moore Of It

  1. Chris

    Ah the joyful political mine field that is The 1916 Rising. A centenary of winks and nods cast onto a body politic no longer sure who was winking and who was nodding to begin with.

  2. seany_delight

    Im not certain of the historical significance these hold. A failed rebellion surrendered here.
    The GPO was at least symbolically important as a place to begin revolt.

    I lived on Moore street for years until recently, and Im rather glad the place is getting a face lift.
    It’s a very charming street. It wont loose it’s heritage by improvement and removal of some derelict buildings.

      1. Starina

        i used to have to go to Fyffes twice a week to buy stock for the place i worked and I’d see the ladies from Moore St there at 7am — they don’t buy the normal fruit, there’s a corner where Fyffes pile up the spoiled fruits, and it costs a quarter of fresh fruit. The ladies just wipe the mould off and off they go to market. Have never bought fruit or veg on Moore St since.

    1. Trev

      I always find it funny how Irish people are so against celebrating anything to do with Irish independence.

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