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Martello tower, Sandymount  Dublin 1950s
Sandymount, Martello Tower in Dublin, 1966.
O'Connell Bridge in the 1950s. The Tumb of the Unknown Gurrier in the centre.
Buckingham Street, Dublin 1 taken from Summerhill end of street
Dublin trams.
Grafton St from the corner of Stephens Green 1950s
O'Connell Street 1950s
James Joyce Center  Joyce spent 6 days at the Martello Tower in Sandycove in 1904 – astay that ended in his companion Oliver St. John Gogarty firing a gun. This strange scene is immortalized in the first chapter of Joyce;s Ulysses and the tower now contains a museum dedicated to James Joyce....  http://celtictours.blogspot.com/2012/01/literary-attractions-in-ireland.html
Celebrating the first ever Bloomsday on Wednesday, 16th June 1954 - Anthony Cronin, John Ryan and Patrick Kavanagh at the Martello Tower, Sandycove, Dublin. NLI ref.: WIL pk 11(9)
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