Sackville Street


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A View down Sackville Street showing the destruction caused to the Eastern side of the street opposite the GPO on the left and Nelsons Pillar Centre.
The Dublin Bread Company (the DBC) No. 6 and 7 Sackville St. and The gable end of the ruins of Charles L. Reis and Co., Fancy goods warehouse No. 10 & 11 Sackville St. The ruins in between the two buildings are No9. E.R. Mooney, Jewler. No.8 Grand Hotel and Restaurant, and Frank R Gallagher Cigar Merchant. On the far side of Abbey Street corner is the shelled remains of the Hibernian Bank No 12 & 13 Sackville St and in the distance Messrs Clery’s Drapery establishment and The Imperial Hotel on the right of the image No. 21 to 27 Sackville St.

Limited Edition High Quality image from the Original glass plate courtesy of (with Reproduction permission) the National Library of Ireland

Size 30cm x 20cm (12” x 8”)

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Weight .012 kg

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