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Dublin’s Fading City – Observer Magazine, Oct 1988


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Click on thumbs above to read full article. Scans of article and photos by Dan Cruickshank and David Gamble respectively as featured in a special Irish Issue of  the Observer Magazine, 30th October 1988.


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  1. Great to see those, thanks!

    When I lived in Dublin in the 1980’s I couldn’t understand how they could allow all those find old buildinsbe torn down. I suspect there was an apathy towards them as they were from colonial times, and that the country politicans had no understanding nor care for Dublin’s architecture.


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