Dublin (top) and Castlewellan, Co. Down yesterday afternoon)
Dublin City Centre.
A number of streets in Dublin city centre are pedestrianised today and tomorrow as part a trial to run for the next four weekends.
No traffic is allowed on streets in and around Grafton Street, including South Anne Street, Drury street and South William Street, from 11am to 7pm today and tomorrow. Dublin City Council said the measures were being taken to support the economic recovery of the city.
On Saturday night.
Sunset in Howth, Co Dublin.
Via John Beaddie
— Photos of Dublin (@PhotosOfDublin) July 10, 2020
Hardwick Crescent, Dublin 1, 1950s,
The crescent was demolished after being cleared of tenements in the 1960s and replaced with flats (top). St. George’s Church (concealed at left) was saved and restored.
Top: Google Streetview
Colum Cronin tweetz:
Crossing the Grand Canal over McKenny’s [Mount Street] Bridge [Dublin 4]
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.
Harcourt Street, Dublin 2.
Thanks Colum Cronin
The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin.
(Thanks Colum Cronin)