Tag Archives: Baggot Street

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Scenes from a fire at an ESB substation on Roger’s Lane, just off Baggot Street, Dublin this afternoon which caused a power outage in the area.

The Dublin Fire Brigade has said there have been no reported injuries.

Meanwhile, at Doheny & Nesbitt’s…

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FIGHT!

Pics: Timothy Kinsella and Dublin Fire Brigade

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A picture taken of the statue depicting Sr Catherine McAuley – who founded the Sisters of Mercy in 1831 – and a ‘penitent’ with a baby outside the International Centre of the Sisters of Mercy on Baggot Street in Dublin this afternoon.

Previously: O The Sisters Of Mercy They Are Not Departed Or Gone

Oh The Sisters Of Mercy, They Are Not Departed Or Gone

Thanks Conor Horgan

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Thanks Fuzzy Duck


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Filmed on the longest day of 2010 (June 21) and freshly uploaded.

The bench beside Baggot Street Bridge gets many and varied visitors. This film captures some of the people that passed by and others that used the bench. Arguing couples, tourists, dog walkers, smokers, children and people just taking some time out..

Music by Cormac Phelan

Bonus feature: The thoughtless Coke can lady:

Oh, the humanity.

Thanks Shane
Thanks Molly Fulton