1980 / 80s / Adverts / Dundalk Tags: cigarettes, pj carrolls share You Might Also Like Old Adverts #56 – Sobell – Irish TV Receiver 1963 March 7, 2012 No Romance – Punk Fashion Shop, late 70s/80s, Dublin. October 25, 2011 Status for Women – An Irish newsmagazine – Issue #1 – March 1981 January 31, 2012 This Post Has 4 Comments jaykay 29 Jun 2012 Loved that shop “Here Today” – it used to do “exotic” things like chilis that you wouldn’t get in your average supermarket, or veg shop. Not where we lived anyway. Morton’s in Dunville Avenue was a pretty bog-standard little place back then. Now where was “Julia’s Hot Bread Shop”… Grafton St? I think that orange-coloured shop in the background (with the boxy FIAT passing it) in Rathmines Road was a shoe-repair shop, no? pascal murray 7 Jan 2013 i know the guy holding the big pack Danny Skehan 2 May 2017 Thats’s me! Top second from left at the photo exhibition, shot by Tony Higgins, who is still working as a top photographer. The women I’m with I did’t know (honest Judge) we both just were asked to step into shot by Tony. Aidan 3 May 2017 Thought the Govt. Health Warning on tobacco ads only arrived far later than 1980… Comments are closed.