I never knew! This is AIB upper Baggot St. http://goo.gl/vcHCV 1976 / 70s / Books Tags: banking, education share You Might Also Like Aylevarroo Caravan Park, Kilrush Co Clare – c1977 August 13, 2018 Ireland’s First Music Festival – with Thin Lizzy – Sept 4, 1970 August 27, 2012 2 Adverts for Cheese from National Dairy Council, 1970 August 18, 2014 This Post Has 7 Comments europhile 5 Dec 2011 Is that Fitzwilton House on the front cover? dubdoug 6 Dec 2011 I don’t think so. Too Tall. There are no names against the photos but that particular one is featured inside under “Foreign Trade” so it must be, eh, Foreign! Fitzwilton today The back cover is Landsdowne House jaykay 6 Dec 2011 Yeah, it’s too big for Fitzwilton. Mind you, I think the one on the front is actually more awful, if that were possible. Oh yes, it is… http://archiseek.com/2010/1962-hawkins-house-poolbeg-street-dublin/ Wonder where the drive-in-bank is or which one? There are no logos visible. It seems to be bang in the older part of a city, looking at the backs of the houses behind. Don’t think it’s Dublin, or at least I can’t think of ever seeing anything like it (and I’ve been around Dublin since ’77). dubdoug 6 Dec 2011 The drive-in bank is upper baggot st.Jaykay, It was annoying me too but just found out. Eoin O'Mahony 22 Dec 2011 Love this. I just about remember this book. There was a later book from the mid 1980s, a red cover? dubdoug 28 Dec 2011 Eoin, think you’re right. A red cover one also sounds familiar, must keep an eye out for that. jaykay 28 Dec 2011 Blimey, Dubdoug… at the back of the AIB Baggot St!! Worked just around the corner until a short while ago and regularly went there… not in those days though. The only drive-in anybody should do these days in an AIB is with a 20-ton artic, like yer man did with Quinn’s place! Comments are closed.