A colourised blemish-free look at 1890s Gweedore, County Donegal, the largest Irish-speaking parish in Ireland.
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Seapoint, County Dublin.
Early ‘budgie smugglers’ (top left).
Don’t try anything stupid, Herr Hitler
Nor you neither, Mr Churchill.
Names those APCs, anyone?
Who finds his way to these Parnassian islands?
Rob Cross writes:
My restored and colourised T. J. Molloy photo of Dublin‘s Grand Canal in the Winter of 1938 with Baggot Street Bridge [Dublin 2] in the background and the row of trees on the right is now where the Maxol Garage on Mespil Road is located…
UPDATE: Location in dispute (see comments).
Old Ireland In Colour writes:
Tea and coffee van 110 years ago! Ballybricken Fair, Waterford City. Wednesday, May 4, 1910….
Poole collection (National Library of Ireland)
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May 17, 1916
Abbey Street and O’ Connell Street, Dublin 1.
That’ll learn everyone.
From Old Ireland in Colour
Original via The National Library of Ireland