Street in small country town, mainly 1-storey houses including, many thatched, church, square tower four spirelets, wooded and bare hill in background.
The location of this photo was identified in a flash by derangedlemur
as Newcastle Co. Down. Slieve Donard in the background was the big hint.
Slieve Donard from Irish: Sliabh Dónairt, meaning "Dónairt's mountain") is an 850-metre (2,790 ft) mountain in County Down, Northern Ireland. Part of the Mourne Mountains, it is the highest peak in Northern Ireland and in the wider province of Ulster.
Photographers: Frederick Holland Mares, James Simonton
Contributor: John Fortune Lawrence
Collection: The Stereo Pairs Photograph Collection
Date: 1860 - 1883
NLI Ref: STP_2248
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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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