Donegall Square
Title:
Donegall Square
Belfast, Real Photo PM 1939


Dublin Airport
Title:
Dublin Airport
Dublin, Chrome unused

Description:
Dublin has one of the most up-to-date airports in Europe. On the apron is one of the AER Lingus Friendship planes. Flights are scheduled from Dublin Airport to the whole of Europe and the U.S.A. Dublin six miles.



1991 Scouts of the World: Ireland
Title:
1991 Scouts of the World: Ireland
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
17th World Jamboree (Mount Sorak Korea)


Creedon's Hotel
Title:
Creedon's Hotel
Inchigeela, Continental Chrome unused



Dublin
Title:
Dublin
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
County Dublin. Dublin - beautiful, entertaining, witty Dublin, city of Sean O'Casey, James Joyce George Bernard Shaw, Sheridan, Swift and a host of other wizards with words- as indeed, is the average Dubliner; city of the largest stout brewery, largest urban park, highest obelisk, oldest chamber of Commerce. Dublin is one of the most beautifully situated of the world's capitals, between the mountains and the sea, with unspoiled countryside lapping at its doorstep. It is friendly, loquacious, hospitable and gracious.


O'Connell Bridge and Street
Title:
O'Connell Bridge and Street
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused



O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


Jury's Hotel
Title:
Jury's Hotel
Dublin, Continental Chrome PM 1967 Jun-27



View of Village and Quay
Title:
View of Village and Quay
Burtonport, Continental Chrome unused


The Ryan Hotel Group
Title:
The Ryan Hotel Group
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Ryan Hotel Group; Top, The Galway Ryan; lower left, The Killarney Ryan; lower centre, The Limerick Ryan, lower right, The Yeats Country Ryan, Rosses Point - 4 first-class hotels situated in the most scenic areas of Ireland. With a total of 568 bedrooms all with private bathroom suite, these hotels are designed to give the best in modern comfort, with friendly bars, comfortable lounges and spacious restaurants. All are centrally heated throughout and each has parking for over 200 cars



The Mall
Title:
The Mall
Tralee, Continental Chrome unused


O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Limerick, Continental Chrome PM 1969



Grafton Street
Title:
Grafton Street
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Canada


Great Southern Hotels
Title:
Great Southern Hotels
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Irish Coffee recipe. The most delectable drink that has ever crossed the palate.



O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Limerick City, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The city of Limerick stands on the site of an important ford of ancient times, where the Shannon River meets the sea. It is one of the most progressive of Irish cities, an important transport and industrial centre. The history of Limerick dates from the middle of the ninth century, when the Danes made a settlement here. In the twelfth century the Anglo-Normans took over and succeeding centuries saw them or the Irish in control.


1968 Scouts of the World: Ireland
Title:
1968 Scouts of the World: Ireland
Chrome unused



John Barleycorn Inn Hotel, Riverstown
Title:
John Barleycorn Inn Hotel, Riverstown
Glanmire, Chrome unused


Presentation Convent
Title:
Presentation Convent
Youghal



Adelphi Cinema and Restaurant
Title:
Adelphi Cinema and Restaurant
Dundalk unused

Description:
Special arrangements for Coach Tours, Wedding Receptions and Parties.


St. Patrick's Street
Title:
St. Patrick's Street
Cork PM 1914 Jan-20



Vale of Avoca from Bell Rock, Avoca
Title:
Vale of Avoca from Bell Rock, Avoca
Avoca PM 1939 Jun-30


View of Town From the Pier
Title:
View of Town From the Pier
Howth unused



Village View
Title:
Village View
Howth unused


Castle Place
Title:
Castle Place
Belfast unused



Pro Tanto Quid Retribuamus, Belfast
Title:
Pro Tanto Quid Retribuamus, Belfast
Belfast unused


Royal Avenue
Title:
Royal Avenue
Belfast unused



Court House
Title:
Court House
Ballybay unused


St. Patrick Street
Title:
St. Patrick Street
Cork unused



Church Square
Title:
Church Square
Monaghan unused


Ireland Harp
Title:
Ireland Harp
unused



Ireland The Emerald Isle
Title:
Ireland The Emerald Isle
Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-5

Description:
She is a rich and rare land Oh she's a fresh and fair land She is a dear and rare land This native land of mine.


Shannon Power Scheme Excavation of Foundation Pit for Power Station
Title:
Shannon Power Scheme Excavation of Foundation Pit for Power Station
Ardnacrusha unused

Description:
Shannon Power Scheme, Ardnacrusha.



Shannon Power Shceme
Title:
Shannon Power Shceme
O'Brien's Bridge unused

Description:
Series 464 O'Briensbridge, Electrical bank builder at work.


Dublin Inter-Continental Hotel
Title:
Dublin Inter-Continental Hotel
Dublin, Chrome PM 1967



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Blackrock, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Christ Cathedral
Title:
Christ Cathedral
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Clifden Market
Title:
Clifden Market
Clifden, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Street and R.C. Church
Title:
Street and R.C. Church
Blackrock, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Royal University - Earlsfort Terrace
Title:
The Royal University - Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Street Level View, Rosemount Way, Dundrum
Title:
Street Level View, Rosemount Way, Dundrum
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



View of Village
Title:
View of Village
Howth, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Street Through Donnybrook
Title:
Street Through Donnybrook
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Howth Harbour
Title:
Howth Harbour
Howth, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Stillorgan, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Aerial View of Ovoca
Title:
Aerial View of Ovoca
Ovoca, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Wicklow, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Main Street, Skerries
Title:
Main Street, Skerries
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


North Circular Road
Title:
North Circular Road
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



French Church Street
Title:
French Church Street
Portarlington, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


O'Connell Bridge and Sackville Street
Title:
O'Connell Bridge and Sackville Street
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Mount Anville convent
Title:
Mount Anville convent
Dundram, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Vinegar Hill
Title:
Vinegar Hill
Enniscorthy, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Eccles Hotel
Title:
Eccles Hotel
Glengarriff unused


Howth from the Harbour
Title:
Howth from the Harbour
Dublin unused



Dalkey, from Sorrents, Co. Dublin
Title:
Dalkey, from Sorrents, Co. Dublin
Dalkey unused


Park Avenue, Sandymount
Title:
Park Avenue, Sandymount
Dublin, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Cross Channel Steamers, Guinness's Brewery
Title:
Cross Channel Steamers, Guinness's Brewery
Dublin, Real Photo unused


Lower Level Guinness Brewery
Title:
Lower Level Guinness Brewery
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Belfast from City Hall
Title:
Belfast from City Hall
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Christ Church Cathedral
Title:
Christ Church Cathedral
Dublin, Real Photo unused



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Donegall Square
Title:
Donegall Square
Belfast, Real Photo unused



Grafton Street
Title:
Grafton Street
Dublin, Real Photo unused


High Street
Title:
High Street
Belfast, Real Photo unused



O'Connell Bridge
Title:
O'Connell Bridge
Dublin, Real Photo unused


O'Connell Square, Street Level View
Title:
O'Connell Square, Street Level View
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Royal Avenue
Title:
Royal Avenue
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Transference of Casks, Guiness's Brewery
Title:
Transference of Casks, Guiness's Brewery
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Trolleys on City Street
Title:
Trolleys on City Street
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Westmoreland Street and O'Connell Street
Title:
Westmoreland Street and O'Connell Street
Dublin, Real Photo unused



View of Village
Title:
View of Village
Glenoe, Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-7


Shannon Airport
Title:
Shannon Airport
Shannon unused



Enniskillen - Valentine Series
Title:
Enniskillen - Valentine Series
Enniskillen unused


Shipquai Street
Title:
Shipquai Street
Londonderry unused



Shaw's Bridge
Title:
Shaw's Bridge
Belfast


East Wall
Title:
East Wall
Dun Laoghaire PM 1935 Aug-29



Four Courts and River Liffey, Dublin
Title:
Four Courts and River Liffey, Dublin
Dublin unused


Sheep Island, Antrim Coast Road
Title:
Sheep Island, Antrim Coast Road
unused

Description:
When I'm sitting alone and dreaming Of the days that used to be, My heart goes back in fancy To the old home by the sea.



Patrick Street and Hill
Title:
Patrick Street and Hill
Cork PM 1956 Jul-04


University College
Title:
University College
Cork unused



Blarney Castle
Title:
Blarney Castle
Blarney unused


O'Connell's Monument
Title:
O'Connell's Monument
Dublin unused



Guinness Wharf, Dublin
Title:
Guinness Wharf, Dublin
Dublin unused


Royal Avenue
Title:
Royal Avenue
Belfast PM 1904 Aug-31



Shannon electric power house (Showing canal tail race & salomon staircase), Limerick
Title:
Shannon electric power house (Showing canal tail race & salomon staircase), Limerick
Limerick unused


O'Connell Monument and Sackville Street
Title:
O'Connell Monument and Sackville Street
Dublin unused



Ireland's Eye from Hill of Howth
Title:
Ireland's Eye from Hill of Howth
Howth PM 1957 Aug-5


The Steps, Bellevue
Title:
The Steps, Bellevue
Belfast



Kingstown, Co. Dublin
Title:
Kingstown, Co. Dublin
Dún Laoghaire unused


Lynch's Castle
Title:
Lynch's Castle
Galway unused



Castle Place, Belfast
Title:
Castle Place, Belfast
Belfast unused


Brickeen Bridge
Title:
Brickeen Bridge
Killarney unused



In the Beechwood, Mourne Park
Title:
In the Beechwood, Mourne Park
Kilkeel PM 1910 Jul-4


Giant's Causeway - Wishing Chair
Title:
Giant's Causeway - Wishing Chair
Bushmills unused



Sackville Street and General Post Office
Title:
Sackville Street and General Post Office
Dublin unused


The Mount
Title:
The Mount
Cork PM 1908 Dec-10



Donegall Place
Title:
Donegall Place
Belfast unused


Grand Parade
Title:
Grand Parade
Cork unused



Paddy's Market
Title:
Paddy's Market
Cork unused


O'Connell Bridgea and O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Bridgea and O'Connell Street
Dublin PM 1934 Dec-19



William Street
Title:
William Street
Galway unused


The Royal University - Earlsfort Terrace
Title:
The Royal University - Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin, Divided Back



Westmoreland Street
Title:
Westmoreland Street
Dublin unused


O'Connell Bridge and Quays
Title:
O'Connell Bridge and Quays
Dublin, Divided Back PM 1905 Sep-13



English Street
Title:
English Street
Armagh, Real Photo


Christ Church Cathedral
Title:
Christ Church Cathedral
Dublin unused



Rosemount, Dundrum
Title:
Rosemount, Dundrum
Dublin unused


O' Connell Bridge
Title:
O' Connell Bridge
Dublin unused



Town From Bray Head, Co. Wicklow
Title:
Town From Bray Head, Co. Wicklow
Bray unused


Children on the Strand, Co. Wicklow
Title:
Children on the Strand, Co. Wicklow
Bray unused



Tipperary Barracks
Title:
Tipperary Barracks
Tipperary


View of Queen's Bridge
Title:
View of Queen's Bridge
Belfast PM 1907 Jul-24



Dame St. & College Green - B&R's Postcard Advertising
Title:
Dame St. & College Green - B&R's Postcard Advertising
Dublin unused


Sorrento and Dalkley Island
Title:
Sorrento and Dalkley Island
unused



Tennis Courts, Co. Clare
Title:
Tennis Courts, Co. Clare
Kilkee unused


View from Dalkey Island, showing Loreto Abbey
Title:
View from Dalkey Island, showing Loreto Abbey
Dalkey PM 1919 Jul-16



View of Castle Place
Title:
View of Castle Place
Belfast PM 1909 Aug-07


The Lido Pool
Title:
The Lido Pool
Cliftonville, Chrome unused



View of Sackville Street
Title:
View of Sackville Street
Dublin unused


Greetings from Cork
Title:
Greetings from Cork
Cork PM 1900 Jul-2



Albert Memorial
Title:
Albert Memorial
Belfast PM 1904 Aug-6


Belfast Castle, Cave Hill
Title:
Belfast Castle, Cave Hill
Belfast PM 1904 Aug-6



Greetings from Ireland
Title:
Greetings from Ireland
unused


Paddy and his Pig
Title:
Paddy and his Pig
PM 1900 Jul-22



The Irish Jaunting Car
Title:
The Irish Jaunting Car
PM 1900 Jul-22


Market Day
Title:
Market Day
Portadown, Real Photo PM 1936 Aug-1



Ross Castle, Killarney
Title:
Ross Castle, Killarney
Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-18


R. C. Cathedral
Title:
R. C. Cathedral
Thurles, Real Photo PM 1968 Jul-15



Court House
Title:
Court House
Dundalk, Real Photo PM 1958


Custom House, Dublin
Title:
Custom House, Dublin
Dublin PM 1926 Aug-09

Description:
Completed 1791. Dome is 125 feet in height and supports a colossal Statue of Hope.



View of the Quays
Title:
View of the Quays
Waterford unused


Aerial View of Village and Bay
Title:
Aerial View of Village and Bay
Crosshaven unused



Looking Up George Street
Title:
Looking Up George Street
Limerick unused


Government Buildings, Merrion Street
Title:
Government Buildings, Merrion Street
Dublin unused



Grafton Street
Title:
Grafton Street
Dublin unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Belfast unused



Phoenix Column
Title:
Phoenix Column
Dublin unused

Description:
Phoenix is a corruption of two Gaelic words - Fion-uise - signifying clear water.


Rosslare Harbour
Title:
Rosslare Harbour
Rosslare unused



Tramore
Title:
Tramore
Tramore unused

Description:
Tramore Strand and Bay, Newtown Cove, Gillamene Bathing Place, The Beach, The Hydro.


View of Harbour
Title:
View of Harbour
Kilkeel unused



St. Patrick's Cathedral
Title:
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Dublin, Real Photo unused


Kissing the Blarney Stone - Blarney Castle
Title:
Kissing the Blarney Stone - Blarney Castle
Blarney, Real Photo unused



O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Dublin, Real Photo unused


The Four Courts and River Liffey
Title:
The Four Courts and River Liffey
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Grafton Street
Title:
Grafton Street
Dublin, Real Photo unused


RMS "Princess May"
Title:
RMS "Princess May"
Larne, Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-16



View of Galway City
Title:
View of Galway City
Galway City, Real Photo unused


Bird's Eye View of City Hall and Garden of Remembrance
Title:
Bird's Eye View of City Hall and Garden of Remembrance
Belfast, Real Photo PM 1944 May-23



Northern Ireland Houses of Parliament
Title:
Northern Ireland Houses of Parliament
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Entrance to Belfast Harbour
Title:
Entrance to Belfast Harbour
Belfast unused



View of Sports Grounds
Title:
View of Sports Grounds
Portrush PM 1934 Jul-11


View of Ballintov Coast Road
Title:
View of Ballintov Coast Road
County Antrim unused



Irish International Exhibition, 1907
Title:
Irish International Exhibition, 1907
Dublin unused

Description:
Concert Hall and Restaurant.


Sackville Street
Title:
Sackville Street
Dublin unused



Southern Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry
Title:
Southern Hotel, Kenmare, Co. Kerry
Kenmare unused


Royal Avenue
Title:
Royal Avenue
Belfast unused



View Along Westmoreland Street
Title:
View Along Westmoreland Street
Dublin unused


View of Glengarriff
Title:
View of Glengarriff
Glengarriff unused



Emwood Church
Title:
Emwood Church
Belfast unused


St. Ann's Church
Title:
St. Ann's Church
Belfast unused



Shandon Steeple
Title:
Shandon Steeple
Cork unused


The Viceregal Lodge
Title:
The Viceregal Lodge
Dublin unused



The O'Connell Monument
Title:
The O'Connell Monument
Dublin unused

Description:
Stands at the southern end of Sackville Street close to the o'Connell Bridge. It is a handsome pile surmounted by Foley's statue of O'Connell which is surrounded by groups emblematic of the Irish people appealing to O'Connell as their liberator, while at the base are bronze figures of Patriotism, Justice, Eloquence and Courage.


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Barna unused



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Stillorgan PM 1907 Sep-24


Cork Harbour
Title:
Cork Harbour
Cork unused



Mail Packet Station
Title:
Mail Packet Station
Kingstown PM 1905 Aug-23


St. Patrick's Street
Title:
St. Patrick's Street
Cork unused



The Liffey and Four Courts, Dublin
Title:
The Liffey and Four Courts, Dublin
Dublin PM 1905 Aug-19


Patrick Street
Title:
Patrick Street
Cork unused



Grand Marble Stairway, City Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Title:
Grand Marble Stairway, City Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Belfast unused


Glendalough. Co. Wicklow
Title:
Glendalough. Co. Wicklow
Wicklow unused

Description:
It is one of Ireland's most beautiful visitors' destinations.



Salthill and Hotel
Title:
Salthill and Hotel
Kingstown unused


Hotel Imperial
Title:
Hotel Imperial
Cork unused



Imperial Hotel
Title:
Imperial Hotel
Cork unused

Description:
Blarney Castle


Quay and Shipping
Title:
Quay and Shipping
Waterford



Shelbourne Hotel
Title:
Shelbourne Hotel
Dublin unused


General View of Town
Title:
General View of Town
Queenstown unused



Paddy's Market, Coal Quay
Title:
Paddy's Market, Coal Quay
Cork


Castle Place
Title:
Castle Place
Belfast unused



South Mall
Title:
South Mall
Cork


Royal Avenue
Title:
Royal Avenue
Belfast



Promenade
Title:
Promenade
Queenstown PM 1909 Jun-20

Description:
County Cork.


Birds-Eye View of Village
Title:
Birds-Eye View of Village
Howth unused



Convent of Mercy
Title:
Convent of Mercy
Mallow


An Irish Low Black Car
Title:
An Irish Low Black Car
PM 1907 Dec-30



Lacemakers, Bally Maclinton, Franco-British Exhibiters
Title:
Lacemakers, Bally Maclinton, Franco-British Exhibiters
PM 1908 Aug-20

Description:
(M. Clinton's Town erected by the makers of M. Clinton's Soap) Carrickmacross and Limerick Lace


Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Title:
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Portrush PM Jul-23



The Irish Country Car
Title:
The Irish Country Car
PM 1906 Nov-7

Description:
Hordse drawn cart with a driver and a couple facing outward on each side.


In the Ould Days at Donnybrook
Title:
In the Ould Days at Donnybrook


Description:
People dancing to music, spectators, and a small dog enjoying the fair.



Views if Irish Horse Racing Events
Title:
Views if Irish Horse Racing Events
Chrome unused

Description:
Irish Sweeps' Chief, Mr. J. McGrath wins 1951 Epsom Derby with Arctic Prince. Mrs. McGrath leads in the winner. The parade, Dublin Horse Show. Famous Irish sweep drum. Meet of hounds, Castletown House, Kildare. Ticket conterfoil mixing - Irish Sweep - 160 operatives are engaged


"Doing The Lakes", Ross Castle
Title:
"Doing The Lakes", Ross Castle
Lough Leane (KERRY) unused



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Youghal

Description:
County Cork


College Green with Trinity College and Statue of William III
Title:
College Green with Trinity College and Statue of William III
Dublin unused



Gresham Hotel
Title:
Gresham Hotel
Dublin PM 1931 Jun-18


Trinity College - College Green
Title:
Trinity College - College Green
Dublin unused

Description:
Founded by charter of Queen Elizabeth 1591



Bailey Lighthouse, Howth
Title:
Bailey Lighthouse, Howth
Dublin unused


Salthill Promenade
Title:
Salthill Promenade
Galway, Divided Back unused



Terminal Building, Dublin Airport
Title:
Terminal Building, Dublin Airport
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


Glanmore Lake, and Kenmare Bay, Caha Mountains
Title:
Glanmore Lake, and Kenmare Bay, Caha Mountains
(KERRY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Glanmore Lake: The Beara Peninsula is one of the four long fingers trailing in the Atlantic on the south-west coast of Ireland. It is a coast drowsing with palms and exotic sub-tropical blooms. The Caha Mountains form a rugged spine down the length of the Peninsula. Nestled in these mountains is Glanmore Lake and from the nearby road can be seen some of the most spectacular scenery in all of Ireland. Caravan holiday-makers are shown in this picture



St. Patrick's Street, Bridge and HIll
Title:
St. Patrick's Street, Bridge and HIll
Cork City, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The principal city centre thoroughfare. With its population of nearly 80,000 people, Cork is the third largest city in Ireland. It developed from a monastic settlement founded by St. Finbarr. Later a walled town was build on a marsh in the many channelled River Lee. With its numerous bridges, Cork has a picturesque continental air, yet it is one of Ireland's most progressive centres. Here also are the Shandon Bells, whose chimes are world-famous


Deep Sea Fishing Off The Irish Coast
Title:
Deep Sea Fishing Off The Irish Coast
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Deep Sea Fishing: Ireland is renowned as a land of sport and of sportsmen. Angling in all its forms is very popular for the lakes and the rivers of Ireland teem with fish. With the exception of restricted salmon fishing, this sport can be enjoyed nearly everywhere free of charge. Interest in deep sea fishing is growing annually and there are some outstanding points around the Irish coast, notably off Counties Cork, Kerry, Wexford, Mayo and Galway



O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Limerick, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Limerick, the fourth largest city in Ireland, is situated at the head of the Shannon estuary. It is a thriving seaport and industrial centre and a place of major historical interest. Its famous Treaty Stone, historic Castles and Cathedrals, and centuries old traditions, are rick with a history dating back to A.D. 922 when Limerick was a Norse settlement. Shannon Airport is 13 miles away


Terminal Building, Shannon Free Airport, Co. Clare, Ireland
Title:
Terminal Building, Shannon Free Airport, Co. Clare, Ireland
Shannon, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Declared the world's first free airport in 1947, Shannon is famous among air travellers for its Duty Free Shop and Restaurant, open round-the-clock. An Industrial and Warehousing Estate has been established on the perimiter of the Airport where goods can be manufactured or stored for distribution by air to world markets. Manufacturers and exporters using Shannon pay no import duties or bonding charges, and are exempt from profits tax until 1983 Printed and Published by John Hinde Limited, Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, Irish Republic. Colour Photo by John Hinde F.R.P.S



Traditional Irish Dancers
Title:
Traditional Irish Dancers
Ennis, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Visitors to Ireland who take part on the One Day Mediaeval Tour of Shannon Free Airport are not only treated to a banquet in real Middle Ages style in fifteenth century Bunratty Castle, but they are also entertained by these pretty Irish colleens, seen here dancing a reel. Other entertainment in the restored and furnished fortress includes costumed singers and minstrels playing on the harp, who regale the guests with the tuneful melodies of Ireland


St. Ann's Hill, near Blarney. Co. Cork
Title:
St. Ann's Hill, near Blarney. Co. Cork
Blarney unused

Description:
202



Donegal Quay
Title:
Donegal Quay
Belfast unused


Haulbowline - Harbour
Title:
Haulbowline - Harbour
Queenstown unused

Description:
County Cork



Greetings from Co. Down
Title:
Greetings from Co. Down
Divided Back PM 1907 May-16

Description:
Emerald Series 4 Down County


Boat House
Title:
Boat House
Coleraine



Esplanade
Title:
Esplanade
Bangor Maine (ME) unused


Irish Donkey Cart
Title:
Irish Donkey Cart
unused



Cable Road
Title:
Cable Road
Whitehead


View from the Beach, Queenstown
Title:
View from the Beach, Queenstown
Cobh unused

Description:
Valentine's Series Valentine, Dublin Printed in Scotland



Patrick Street
Title:
Patrick Street
Cork PM 1907 Jan-7


Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Belfast, Real Photo unused



Lower Lake Near Ross Castle
Title:
Lower Lake Near Ross Castle
Killarney, Real Photo unused


Eagle Nest Mt
Title:
Eagle Nest Mt
Killarney, Real Photo unused



Serpent Lake in Mountains of Killarney
Title:
Serpent Lake in Mountains of Killarney
Real Photo unused


Technical Institute
Title:
Technical Institute
Belfast, Real Photo unused



The Scottish Provident Building
Title:
The Scottish Provident Building
Belfast, Real Photo unused


Bridge over Liffey River
Title:
Bridge over Liffey River
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Christ's Church
Title:
Christ's Church
Dublin, Real Photo unused


Four Courts
Title:
Four Courts
Dublin, Real Photo unused



View of Five-Story Building
Title:
View of Five-Story Building
Real Photo unused

Description:
Probably Ireland From USS Texas Tour


Wellington Monument in Phoenix Park
Title:
Wellington Monument in Phoenix Park
Dublin, Real Photo unused



Go and find a peeler for yourself Mike Doogan
Title:
Go and find a peeler for yourself Mike Doogan



The Quay - After The Rebellion
Title:
The Quay - After The Rebellion
Dublin unused



Gap of Dunloe
Title:
Gap of Dunloe
Chrome

Description:
The GAP OF DUNLOE is a 6-mile mountain pass about 9 miles from Killarney. It divides the Purple mountain from McGillycuddy's Reeks. In this rugged defile are the Serpent, Auger, Cushvalley, and Black lakes which are drained by the River Loe. Visitors travel on ponyback or in a ponycarriage from Kate Kearny's cottage to the head of the Upper Lage whence the tour continues by boat. Each year along the rocky road which winds past the Auger Lake (at right overleaf) thoughts of tourists trek on ponies through this rugged defile. The Gap of Dunloe is a place of massive boulders in grotesque array over which foaming mountain torrents dash downwards with reckless abandon. A symphony of nature is played here incessantly, no two notes in repetition. For illustration, nature adds a profusion of ferns, mosses and wild flowers. The purple heather and the gorse flowers make a blaze of colour thrilling to the eye. The area around Kate Kearney's Cottage is very popular with casual trippers who enjoy pony trekking and walking and cycling in a commanding environment. The pictures overleaf indicate the natural aspects of an area which has remained unchanged since it was traversed by Weld, Macauley, Tennyson, Wordsworth, Young, Thackeray and other early-day visitors.


The Recreation Centre
Title:
The Recreation Centre
Tramore, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
County Waterford



Middle Lake
Title:
Middle Lake
Killarney, Divided Back unused


Gougane-Barra
Title:
Gougane-Barra
Divided Back unused



Grafton Street and Trinity College
Title:
Grafton Street and Trinity College
Dublin unused


Topping the Turnips
Title:
Topping the Turnips
unused



O'Connell Monument and Sackville Street
Title:
O'Connell Monument and Sackville Street
Dublin unused


Blackhead
Title:
Blackhead
Whitehead



Children's Corner
Title:
Children's Corner
Whitehead


View from the Promenade
Title:
View from the Promenade
Whitehead unused



View from Belfast Road
Title:
View from Belfast Road
Whitehead


Blackhead
Title:
Blackhead
Whitehead



Ferry to Bangor
Title:
Ferry to Bangor
Belfast PM 1907 Dec-4


A Killarney Spinster
Title:
A Killarney Spinster
PM 1905 Oct-27



Port Stewart Castle
Title:
Port Stewart Castle
Port Stewart


Greetings from Port Stewart
Title:
Greetings from Port Stewart
Port Stewart unused



The Pentagon
Title:
The Pentagon
Ballymena PM 1911 Feb-16


View Across the Bay Towards the Village, Co. Donegal
Title:
View Across the Bay Towards the Village, Co. Donegal
Allybegs, Divided Back unused



Coast Road
Title:
Coast Road
Ballintoy, Divided Back unused

Description:
County Antrim


On the Lagan
Title:
On the Lagan
Belfast, Divided Back unused



Thomas Street
Title:
Thomas Street
Armagh, Divided Back unused


Phoenix Park - Phoenix Monument
Title:
Phoenix Park - Phoenix Monument
Dublin, Divided Back unused



St. Patrick's Street
Title:
St. Patrick's Street
Cork, Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
The capital of the county of Cork in the south of Ireland on the river Lee, 15 miles from the sea. St. Patrick street is one of the main streets. The principal buildings are the Protestant and Roman Catholic Cathedrals and Queen's College


Drying Fish on the Thatch
Title:
Drying Fish on the Thatch
Divided Back unused



Lord Bantry's Cottage
Title:
Lord Bantry's Cottage
Glengarriff, Divided Back unused


O'Connell Bridge and River Liffey
Title:
O'Connell Bridge and River Liffey
Dublin, Divided Back unused



Moore's Forge
Title:
Moore's Forge
Antrim, Divided Back


Central West Station
Title:
Central West Station
Durban, Divided Back unused



Railway Station
Title:
Railway Station
Portrush, Divided Back


Hotel Majestic
Title:
Hotel Majestic
Tramore, Chrome unused

Description:
One of the finest hotels on the Irish coast. The hotel undoubtedly occupies the finest position in Tramore standing in its own grounds with an ininterrupted view of Tramore Bay



Upper Lake
Title:
Upper Lake
Glendalough, Chrome unused


The Lucky Wishing Well, Glendalough
Title:
The Lucky Wishing Well, Glendalough
Glendalough, Chrome unused

Description:
Two women looking down a well amongst a grouping of rock. A bridge sits in the background over a ravine that is abutted by tress. A small town can be seen beyond the bridge and a mountain is beyond the town. The picture is faded with muted colors



O'Connell Bridge and Street
Title:
O'Connell Bridge and Street
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


Eyre Square
Title:
Eyre Square
Galway, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built where the River Corrib flows into Galway Bay, this City of the Tribes traces back to the 13th century. Its focal centre is Eyre Square, originally an open space in front of the main city gate. The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Garden ws laid in 1965-66. The Browne Doorway is a reminder in stone of Galway's many ancient links with Spain. The 1936 memorial to Padraig O'Conaire honours this famous Galway-born Irish writer



South Mall and Holy Trinity Church
Title:
South Mall and Holy Trinity Church
Cork, Continental Chrome unused


St. Patrick's Street, Bridge and Hill
Title:
St. Patrick's Street, Bridge and Hill
Cork City, Continental Chrome unused



O'Connel Bridge from O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connel Bridge from O'Connell Street
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


The Terminal Building
Title:
The Terminal Building
Cork Airport, Continental Chrome PM 1984

Description:
Cork Airport was opened inn October 1961 and established direct connections with the South of Ireland and Dublin, Western England, London and the Continent. It stands on 500 acres with two runways, the larger measuring 1829 metres capable of handling jets and the other measuring 1310. The 80 ft. high control tower dominates the airport. In it is housed every modern electronic aid for aviation



Hotel Montrose
Title:
Hotel Montrose
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Stillorgan Road


Undertakers and Bar
Title:
Undertakers and Bar
Wexford, Continental Chrome unused



Flannery's Motor Hotel, Dublin Road
Title:
Flannery's Motor Hotel, Dublin Road
Galway, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This hotel was built by a motorist especially for motoring tourists. It is spacious and airy and offers all modern conveniences without sacrificing traditional Irish hospitality. Its 80 twin-bedded rooms, with wonderful views of Galway Bay and the Clare Hills, all have private bathrooms. Service is smooth and the food excellent. Details of special package deal holidays - motor hire and hotel accommodation combined - are available from the hotel


Galway and Salthill
Title:
Galway and Salthill
Galway, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Galway is one of the most fascinating of Irish cities, gateway between the Old World and the New. Columbus prayed in St. Nicholas' Church before setting out on his voyage of discovery, and an early mayor, James Lynch Fitzstephens, condemned and executed his own son near the old jail. The short River Comb flows through Galway City to enter the Atlantic. Salthill, the seaside suburb, is one of the most fashionable and up-to-date resorts in Ireland



Various Views of the Factory and Crystal Making Process
Title:
Various Views of the Factory and Crystal Making Process
Waterford, Continental Chrome PM 1982 May-17

Description:
Waterford Crystal - Largest crystal factory of its type in the world. Waterford crystal is born in white hot fire, created by craftsmen who shape it into life with their breath and then, by skilful hand cutting, transmute this almost invisible substance into glittering masterpieces of fire and ice. The primitive tools used in its manufacture are almost as they have been for hundreds of years. The legendary fame of Waterford Depends on the keen eye and the cunning hand of the master craftsman


Irish Air Lines Passenger Plane at Airport
Title:
Irish Air Lines Passenger Plane at Airport
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused



The Shelbourne Hotel
Title:
The Shelbourne Hotel
Dublin, Real Photo unused


O'Connell Street and Bridge
Title:
O'Connell Street and Bridge
Dublin, Chrome PM 1962

Description:
Viewed from Westmoreland Street, O'Connell Street stretches beyond Nelson's Pillar and in the foreground O'Connell Bridge, the widest bridge in Europe built in 1794, spans the River Liffey



College Green and Bank of Ireland
Title:
College Green and Bank of Ireland
Dublin, Real Photo unused


O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Dublin, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Tis is the city's main thoroughfare and one of the widest streets in the world. It crosses the River Liffey at O'Connell Bridge. A statue of Daniel O'Connell, the 19th century Irish statesman, stands in the centre of the street. Dublin (population 800,000), capital of Ireland is situated at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, facing Dublin Bay and was founded by Viking Pirates over a thousand years ago. It is famous for its magnificent Georgian (18th century) architecture



O'Connell Street
Title:
O'Connell Street
Dublin, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Beautiful, entertaining, witty Dublin, city of Sean O'Casey, James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, Sheridan, Swift and a host of other wizards with words - as indeed, is the average Dubliner; city of the largest stout brewery, largest urban park, highest obelisk, oldest Chamber of Commerce, Dublin is one of the most beautifully situated of the world's capitals, between the mountains and the sea, with unspoilt countryside lapping at its doorstep, it is friendly, loquacious, hospitable and gracious


Ballinahinch Lake and Ben Lettery Mountain
Title:
Ballinahinch Lake and Ben Lettery Mountain
Connemara, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Western Wonderland, stretches from Galway to the sea; rugged mountain heaving upwards out of moorland and bog, and reflected in a thousand quiet lakes in a symphony of wild beauty. The region has been made famous through many paintings, but few artists have managed the almost impossible task of capturing its strange and elusive colouring. Connemara is a favourite haunt of anglers, and the weighing-in in the evenings is a solemn ritual in a number of hotels



Hill of Doon, Lough Corrib Co
Title:
Hill of Doon, Lough Corrib Co
Galaway, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Lough Corrib is one of the largest lakes of the West of Ireland, and provides possib ly the best all-round free fishing in Ireland, holding salmon, trout, pike, rudd, perch and eels. With a length of 27 miles and a variable width (maximum 7 miles), the lake occupies an area of 68 square miles. One of the most attractive spots on the lake is the wooded Hill of Doon, which overlooks a narrow inlet of the lake. From Oughterard a road through Currarevah leads to a splendid vantage point for viewing the Hill


The Salmon Weir Bridge
Title:
The Salmon Weir Bridge
Galway City, Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The short River Corrib which flows through Galway City provides salmon with their only means of access to 1,200 square miles of lakes, and in season they can be seen beneath the Salmon Weir Bridge in their thousands, resting before the journey upstream. Galway is one of the most fascinating of Irish cities, gateway between the Old World and the New. Beyond lies the remotely beautiful region of Connemara, which the modern world has hardly touched



Greetings from Dublin
Title:
Greetings from Dublin
Dublin, Jumbo/Large Format PM 1967


Thatched Cottage
Title:
Thatched Cottage
Connemara (Galway), Jumbo/Large Format unused



St. Stephen's Green North
Title:
St. Stephen's Green North
Dublin unused


Phoenix Park - Vice Regal Lodge
Title:
Phoenix Park - Vice Regal Lodge
Dublin unused



Sackville Street
Title:
Sackville Street
Dublin unused


Queen's Bridge
Title:
Queen's Bridge
Belfast unused



Sackville Street and O'Connell Bridge
Title:
Sackville Street and O'Connell Bridge
Dublin unused


Grand Hotel
Title:
Grand Hotel
Greystones



Illustrated Songs "Killarney"
Title:
Illustrated Songs "Killarney"
unused


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Adare, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ireland's prettiest village. County Limerick



Southern Lake Hotel
Title:
Southern Lake Hotel
Waterville, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
County Kerry


Sporting Ireland: Irish Hospitals' Sweeps and Sweeps Derby
Title:
Sporting Ireland: Irish Hospitals' Sweeps and Sweeps Derby
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Irish Hospitals Sweepstakes (below) is drawn four times a year in Dublin. The Irish Sweeps Derby (top left) is one of te world's richest races. Other sporting events are the Dublin Horse Show (top right) and Hunting (bottom left). The Irish Hospitals' Sweeps have brought fortunes to many thousands of people all over the World. Prizes paid exceed 200 million [pounds] and the Draws are a colourful attraction for visitors to Dublin. The Irish Sweeps Derby, with 30,000 [pounds] added to the Irish Hospitals Sweepstakes, is one of the Great International Turf Occasions and is run at the Curragh, the HQ of Irish Racing, about 25 miles from Dublin



United States embassy
Title:
United States embassy
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


Waterford Crystal
Title:
Waterford Crystal
Waterford, Continental Chrome PM 1985

Description:
Largest crystal factory of its type in the world. Waterford crystal is born in white hot fire, created by craftsmen who shape it into life with their breath and then, by skillful hand cutting, transmute this almost invisible substance into glittering masterpieces of fire and ice. The primitive tools used in its manufacture are almost as they have been for hundreds of years. The legendary fame of the Waterford depends on the keen eye and the cunning hand of the master craftsman



Trinity College and Bank of Ireland, College Green
Title:
Trinity College and Bank of Ireland, College Green
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Dublin City: Literary, cultural, theatrical, with a very definite capital air and only 800,000 people. A city with 27 golf clubs and three race tracks. A city where good conversation has survived and where people know how to relax. In this picture is seen the windowless facade of the Bank of Ireland, formerly the Parliament House and the Corinthian front of Trinity College, the library of which contains the "Book of Kells", one of the world's most beautifully illuminated manuscripts


Dublin Airport, Ireland
Title:
Dublin Airport, Ireland
Dublin, Continental Chrome PM 1977

Description:
Dublin airport, situated six miles from the city centre is the home base of Aer Lingus Irish International Air Lines and is linked by direct services with the principle cities of Europe and the United States of America. Dublin City stands at the foot of the Wichlow mountains, facing Dublin Bay and is famous for its magnificent Georgian architecture and spacious streets. Passengers on the Trans Atlantic flights from Dublin may also avail of the duty free bargains at the Airport shops



Street Artist
Title:
Street Artist
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused


O'Connell Street and Bridge
Title:
O'Connell Street and Bridge
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
O'Connell Street, Dublin: The city's main thoroughfare, and one of the widest streets in the world. It crosses the River Liffey at O'Connell Bridge. A statue of Daniel O'Connell, the 19th century Irish statesman, stands in the centre of the street. Dublin (population 500,000), capital of Ireland, was founded by Viking pirates over a thousand years ago, at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, facing Dublin Bay. It is famous for its magnificent Georgian (18th century) architecture. Printed and Published by John Hinde Limited, Cabinteely, Co. Dublin, Irish Republic. Photo: E. Ludwig, John Hinde Studios



Post Office and O'Connell Street - Post Office and Nelson's Pillar
Title:
Post Office and O'Connell Street - Post Office and Nelson's Pillar
Dublin, Continental Chrome unused

Description:
As it was prior to the early hours of March 8th 1966, when Dubliners awoke to find the great Pillar, on which stood a statue of Lord Nelson, had been destroyed by a person or persons unknown. Dublin was founded by Viking pirates over a thousand years ago. The lovely city stands at the foot of the Wiclow Mountains, facing Dublin Bay and is famous for its magnificent Georgian architecture


Crowd of Pilgrims
Title:
Crowd of Pilgrims
Knock, Continental Chrome unused



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