Advert for Master Charge scanned from Better Homes mag 1969. Not Irish…but its Christmas!! Click it. Madness – from Record Mirror Christmas photo shoot 1980 Christmas Lights, OConnell/Patrick St Limerick, Photo. Year unknown. Switzers Dublin from Magill 1982 From Executive magazine , circa 1982 1980 / 1982 / 60s / 80s / Happy Christmas Tags: brown thomas, madness, switzers, U2 share You Might Also Like In Dublin Jan 1982 – Why Does Dublin look like this? + 1st Aosdana January 12, 2014 25 Years of RTE Newsreaders – RTE Guide, 1987 February 11, 2015 Old Adverts #13 – Man Utd Kit 1988 September 17, 2011 This Post Has One Comment jaykay 28 Dec 2011 “… to a gold-initialled face cloth for £1.50” Even in 1982, gold-initialled and in a BT bag and all, he could give up any chance of a bit of whatever if that was all he bought her 🙂 I’m surprised BT lowered themselves to include that. It would be like buying something for €5 euro nowadays, given that a pint was £1 back in ’82. Never actually liked Captain America’s. I thought it was overpriced, although then again most places were when you were on about £80 a week before paying the rent etc. There was a place in Middle Abbey St. called the Hot Rod we used to go to, which was all minimalist wood floors and bare brick walls long before that became fashionable. Great food and cheaper than Cap’n A’s. The Blackboard in Chatham St was good as well. And the American Connection in Talbot St with the Jim Fitzpatrick “Valentine’s Day” art on the walls. Great. Comments are closed.