Summerhill, Dublin (1981) by the National Geographic Photographer Cotton Coulson. pic.twitter.com/q4odUYHIUY
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Summerhill, Dublin 1.
The crossroads adjacent to St. Patrick’s Cathedral was once known as 'The Four Corners of Hell', famous for a pub on each corner and it's rowdy crowds & punch ups. The pubs were Kenny’s, O’Beirne’s, Lowe’s and Quinn’s. Quinns is now demolished and site of 'The Fourth Corner' pub pic.twitter.com/4ksac7AofH
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