1930s Crumlin

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Ruth McManus tweetz:

Somewhere in Crumlin… streets hadn’t been named when the photo (top) was taken in 1936. This is the plan from the G&T Crampton archive.

Full sized image here.

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5 thoughts on “1930s Crumlin

  1. wearnicehats

    Should you wish to look on Google Earth. Lattitude and Longitude

    53°19’24.32″N
    6°18’13.71″W

    All my street names are in some funny language

  2. Vanessanelle

    Going by the location of the old Clerk of Works office
    I’m hazarding a guess that might be the Mt Argus/ Harolds Cross side of Clougher Road
    Lower Crumlin if you like

  3. theo kretschmar schuldorff

    Is this the handwriting of Herbert Simms??
    Now THERE is a man who gave his life for Dublin’s poor.
    Absolutely unbelievable that there isn’t so much as a bohereen in the city named after him.

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