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** If you move your mouse over the image, you will see what it looks like in 2011 **

 

O'Connell Statue on O'Connell Street

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Looking down O'Connell Bridge on to O'Connell Street

 

Looking down O'Connell Bridge on to O'Connell Street

 

O'Connell Bridge, towards Eden Quay

 

O'Connell Bridge

 

College Green

 

Side of Trinity College, College Green

 

Grattan Status at College Green

 

Bank of Ireland, College Green

 

College Green down towards O'Connell Street

 

Dame Street corner with George's Street

 

Dame Street at Parliment Street

 

Dray horse on Dame Street (no longer seen around Dublin)

 

Christchurch

 

Christchurch

 

Roundtower at Dublin Castle, from the garden

 

Roundtower at Dublin Castle

 

Dublin Castle courtyard

 

Clocktower at Dublin Castle

 

The Four Courts

 

Looking across at Ormond Quay

 

South Great George's Street

 

Corner of Fade Street and Drury Street

 

Grafton Street

 

A big change, at the corner of Dawson Street and Nassau Street

 

Office of the Taoiseach

This was a fun task, to try to replicate the work. It was so difficult to get the angles and buildings alligned. But, you can still get a view of just how in these few images, Dublin has changed. A lot has changed, but also, many of the buildings are still there. Thanks for looking.

For more of the Charles Cushman images, please visit http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/index.jsp

Do not replicate these images without expressed permission. All images are copyright protected, by law.

 

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