A fine Monday morning to be alive and standing outside stone cottages in the beautiful town of Kinsale in County Cork. An unusual image from the Mason Collection given that he used them for lectures and general talks. It would be interesting to find out what made this of use to him in that activity...
Collection: Mason Photographic Collection
Date: Catalogue range c.1890-1910
NLI Ref: M46/23
You can also view this image, and many thousands of others, on the NLI’s catalogue at catalogue.nli.ie
Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
Source: Flickr Commons
I need to abuse the comments section today. Do any of you have access to the marriage records of the presbyterian church in Lisburn? Railway St, I think. 1st presbyterian is online and threw up a blank.
Congratulation for your beautiful Album.
John A. Coffey
Standing on a corner watching all the girls go by--------------
It's cobbled - it must be either a courtyard or else reasonably central.
What a beautiful photo. This Ireland no longer exists.
Pure stab in the dark. email@example.com,-8.5241256,3a,75y,309.43h,...
I'd have thought it was somewhere flatter, myself.
I guess it could mean Kinsale Head rather than the town.
The nearest thing the NIAH comes up with is Coolmore crossroads, which isn't it.
Fantastic look into the lovely past.
If it's genuinely in Kinsale, I think it's gone now. Not that Mason's locations are always reliable, mind you. It's pretty dilapidated though; I'd go with gone.
the roof tiles tell their own stories of this building
Buenas fotos antiguas .
The back of his jacket will be all white from the white wash