They’re still waiting.
Of these shots of Connolly Station, Dublin 1 from the late 1990s artist and photographer Thomas Fitzgerald writes:
“I wasn’t living in the city. I was working in Dublin, but still commuting from my home town of Wicklow. As such I spent a lot of time getting the train from Connolly station. While it was part of my daily routine at the time, I can’t believe how strange it looks now. Since these shots were taken the station has undergone a major refurbishment, and of course, the Luas tram system now stops there also.”
Previously: The Specials in Connolly Station, 1979
Pics: Thomas Fitzgerald