Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Dungarvan, Grattan Square.
And the cattle market one
Now we have the added benefit of megazoom - catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000565633 .
All kinds of extra information waiting to be discovered ...
pity the poor woman near the camera --doesnt have much on her table to sell!
https://www.flickr.com/photos/lizinitaly Could be the opposite - she has had a great day and sold out!
Congratulation for your beautiful Album.
Quite a lot of the buildings still exist. Streetview goo.gl/maps/isALxWo3dv12
Thomas McCarthy is on a SALE poster on the end of the shed.
7 Thomas McCarthys in Dungarvan in the 1901 census, but this is latest 14 years earlier, so it may be the Town Clerk or Publican etc
Here is the 1870 Slaters Directory!
This square is named Devonshire Square.
Post Office is Brennan on Main St.
Here is a find - a description of an ignorant Englishman going shopping in this square in Dungarvan in 1909. It says so much about what was wrong with England and right with Ireland - trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/105191337
Thanks all - Map, etc since updated :)
Also in that Slaters, Thomas McCarthy, Blackpool (now O'Connell Street) is recorded as a Tailor and a Linen and Woollen Draper and Haberdasher, just the man for a Sale.
He is still there in 1881 Slaters.