Hussars going up Grafton Street

By James Langton:

British Troops inside Amien Street train station

Aussie soldiers leaving Trinity College after the Rising

by James Langton:

Tans leaving Mountjoy

By James Langton:

British troops searching the Tolka River for guns

By James Langton:

British Soldiers on the roof of the Four Courts. (note the size of the trees below compared with now)

Padraig O’Ruairc says: Its the Ox and Bucks Light infantry on patrol from Killaloe to Neenagh on St. Patricks Day 1921.

By James Langton:

Dublin 1920s

Lord French on inspection

armoured car and Auxilaries outside the Matter Hospital

By James Langton:

Field Kitchen in Trinity College during the Rising 1916

By JL:

Field Ambulance Unit 1916

By James Langton:

5 January near Dublin

1916 Dublin

By James Langton:

British Troops on the NCR outside Mountjoy

By James Langton:

Bread rations

By James Langton:

British Soldiers leaving Dublin

By JL:

British Soldiers bid farewell

by James Langton:

F Coy auxies

By MV :

British Military evacuating Letterkenny

By Frank Callery :

Terry, this is the photo of the British barricade at the junction of Moore Street and Parnell Street. Note the Officer leaning against the lamp post, the butcher’s block and the pickle stands or tiered trestle, like the one Seamus mentions in his article as being use for the signing of the surrender. The corner shown is the southwest corner of the junction