Aer Lingus Viscount Airliner at Airport
CHIY AER LINGCUS GaDa TiM Aer Lingus Viscount Airliner at Dublin Airport, Ireland. Colour Photo by John Hinde, F.R.P.S.
JOHN HINDE ORIGINAL DUBLIN AIRPORT. Dublin is a city renowned for its gracious Georgian architecture. Modern Irish architects have also shown much immagination. The terminal building at Dublin Airport (6 miles from the city centre) provides a splendid example. In 1940 the young Irish architect, Desmond Fitzgerald, B.Arch. A.R.I.B.A. received for his design the Triennial Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland. Dublin Airport, the home base of Aer Lingus-Irish Air Lines, is linked by direct services with the principal cities of Europe, and with Boston and New York. Lithographed and Published by John Hinde at Dalkey, Co. Dublin, Eire. No. 279