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MV The Lady Patricia and MV Miranda Guinness were both scrapped in 1993

Old Dublin Town tweetz:

The Guinness ships “Miranda Guinness” & “The Lady Patricia” once berthed on Sir John Rogersons Quay [Dublin 2] They sailed between Dublin and Runcorn {Cheshire, England] via the Manchester Ship Canal…

MV Miranda?

MV Patricia?

Last night.

Conan on TBS.

Team Coco writes;

100% Irish Conan can’t believe that [not-fully Irish actor and comedian] Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson in Parks and Recreation) gets to be the new spokesperson for Guinness….

Team Coco

Thanks Dina

Meanwhile…

Hic.

One of Nick’s Guinness spots for St Patrick’s Day 2020 currently on US telly.

Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton last night in the Guinness Storehouse

Last night.

Guinness Storehouse.

Kate and Wills were poured a pint of Guinness, and while William took a generous gulp, his wife has been accused of taking a ‘fake sip.’

Is the future Queen Consort expecting her fourth child?

I’d bet she didn’t even take a mouthful,’ commented one royalist, while another made a VERY telling observation about Kate’s new, short ‘do.

Each time a pregnancy has been announced it was a few weeks after a change in her hairstyle……… just saying.’

Kate Middleton noticeably ‘fake sips’ beer during tour of Ireland (New Ideea)

Last night: A Pint Of Plain

Last night.

Further to the decision of Dublin City Council to regain possession of the Iveagh Markets, Francis Street, The Liberties, Dublin 8 which has been derelict for 20 years..

The Earl of Iveagh (Edward Cecil Guinness) funded the construction of the market to ‘provide purpose-built accommodation for the area’s street traders’.

Rory Guinness, Chairman of the Iveagh Trust said:

“Whoever comes to own the Iveagh Market, the Iveagh Trust and the Guinness family will be delighted to see the buildings used again for the benefit of the city.

After years of dereliction, we look forward to the day when this fine building can once again make a positive contribution to the social fabric of Dublin’s Liberties”.

“For the best part of a century, the Markets were a hive of activity. As the condition of the building continues to decline, we hope that pressing remedial works to secure the future of the structure can progress as quickly as possible to ensure that it can benefit Dubliners for generations to come, as Lord Iveagh would have wished”.

In fairness.

Dublin City Council to repossess Iveagh Markets from developer (RTÉ)

Rollingnews

Tonight.

Hic.

Update:

Ew.

What St James’s Gate could look like?

Anywhere basically.

FIGHT!