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The Irish Peasant at Home  ~  Houses and villages, Ireland

The Irish Peasant at Home ~ Houses and villages, Ireland

Bert Hardy – Night scene at Elephant & Castle, London, 1949

Bert Hardy – Night scene at Elephant & Castle, London, 1949

Take her up to Monto, Monto, MontoMontgomery Street, Dublin (Today Foley Street) was the Red Light Capital of Europe from about 1860-1930 with an estimated 1,600 women working at any one time!! Even the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) allegedly lost his virginity here The area came into 'decline' around 1922 with the establishment of The Irish Free State and the withdrawal of British soldiers from the city....

Take her up to Monto, Monto, MontoMontgomery Street, Dublin (Today Foley Street) was the Red Light Capital of Europe from about 1860-1930 with an estimated 1,600 women working at any one time!! Even the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) allegedly lost his virginity here The area came into 'decline' around 1922 with the establishment of The Irish Free State and the withdrawal of British soldiers from the city....

'Farewell to Dublin' 1939 on the ferry to Liverpool [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

'Farewell to Dublin' 1939 on the ferry to Liverpool [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

A view front the top of a tram on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 1933 [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

A view front the top of a tram on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 1933 [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

1930 - 1940 dublin

1930 - 1940 dublin

'Yo-Yo Girls' 1931 Cavendish Row, Dublin [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

'Yo-Yo Girls' 1931 Cavendish Row, Dublin [Fr. Browne's Dublin]

Irish dancing competition in Dublin in July 1930

Irish dancing competition in Dublin in July 1930

The Phibsborough Picture House. Closed in 1953, to be demolished to allow a new cinema to be constructed on the site. The Phibsborough Picture House had a capacity by that time of over 600 after initially being constructed with a little over 300 seats.

The Phibsborough Picture House. Closed in 1953, to be demolished to allow a new cinema to be constructed on the site. The Phibsborough Picture House had a capacity by that time of over 600 after initially being constructed with a little over 300 seats.

Cattle being driven to old cattle mart in Phibsborough, Dublin. via @PhotosOfDublin

Cattle being driven to old cattle mart in Phibsborough, Dublin. via @PhotosOfDublin