A St. Patrick’s Day parade featuring a huge TV and dancers of course!
Mercier Press will be publishing a book of photos of Cork in the 1960s soon. The photos from the last few weeks are all from that book. If you recognise anyone in them leave a comment on the appropriate Facebook page!
A caravan sits on the side of the road, used for the annual flag day of a local charity. I can’t read the name on the sign at the side of the vehicle. Can you? (via)
I never expected to see so many parked cars in a picture taken in the 60’s. Ireland wasn’t exactly prosperous back then, but maybe it’s just where people had to park. There’s only one car in motion where the same location now has three lanes of constant traffic during the day. (via)
Mother and sleeping baby in a buggy about to cross St. Patrick’s Street, Cork. (via)