for a history of the business at the left of this photo. This building is now a McDonalds.
Thanks to Carrignafoy
for this information:
"The late General Tom Barry, famous for his exploits in the Cork No.3 Brigade flying column in West Cork during the War of Independence, lived with his wife Leslie (née Price, founder of the Irish Red Cross), in a flat directly over Woodford Bourne for many years. The top window on the left would have been theirs from the 1940s until his death in 1980.
Date: Circa 1898-1907 (thanks to the indefatigable Niall McAuley
NLI Ref.: LROY 1918
Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
Source: Flickr Commons