19th Century Ireland images, Early 1900's Dublin city photos

O'Connell Street was formerly named Sackville Street until 1924 when it was renamed to honor Daniel O'Connell, Irish Parlimentarian & Nationalist leader.
Early 20th century Ireland image of the Gresham Hotel Dublin, with hackney carriages & tram c1905. The hotel was destroyed by fire during the 1922 Civil War fighting, following which it was re-built & reopened in 1927.
 
1905 Dublin image, Gresham Hotel & Sackville street
1905 Dublin print,
Sackville street & Gresham Hotel.
19th century Ireland, Bachelors Walk Dublin c1885
19th century Dublin photograph circa 1885, Bachelors Walk Dublin city center, with view across Sackville Street & O'Connell Bridge (formerly the Carlisle Bridge) to Eden Quay. The Customs House  designed by James Gandon is visible in the background.
Early 20th Century Dublin Ireland 1910 photo
Photograph of O'Connell Street Bridge c1910 taken from Bachelors walk, Carlisle Building with radio mast was destroyed by shelling during the 1916 Easter Rising & visible on left across O'Connell Bridge.

Sackville Street 1905 photo Sackville Street from Aston Quay c1905
Sackville Street from Aston Quay c1905.
Early 20th century black & white photos of Dublin Ireland, with Nelson's pillar, horse trams and GPO - General Post Office. The photographs date from early 1900's, prior to the 1916 Easter Rising, in which many city center buildings including the GPO sustained damage or were destroyed during fighting between Irish Republican volunteers and British military forces.

College Green & 19th century Ireland prints
19th century Ireland

Vintage prints.
View images of 1966 Dublin Ireland & discover more about  Nelson's Pillar.

Vintage 1930's Dublin street scenes, Dame Street & College Green.

Ireland posters & Irish picture gallery  - main contents.
 
 
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Sackville Street, Dublin, GPO & Nelson's Column
Sackville Street,
with GPO & Nelson's Column.
Giclee print.