What was once a common enough sight in Dublin is well captured here! A gap in the teeth of a fine Georgian terrace, where one or more of the once grand houses has been torn down. Its partners on either side are shored up with timber baulks to save them from the same fate. Whereabouts is it, and what does the street view tell us now?
Original Researcher: Valerie Houlden
Collection: Dublin Corporation Photographic Collection
Date: ca. 1960-1980
NLI Ref: NPA DCC 10
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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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