: Irish Volunteers being marched off to Richmond Barracks 1916 up the north side of the Liffey which was the out bound route at the time.
Customs House 1921 by Rod Dennison
FORÓGRA SHEACHTAIN NA CÁSCA 1916 RIALTAS SEALADACH PHOBLACHT NA hÉIREANN DO MHUINTIR NA hÉIREANN A MHUINTIR NA hÉIREANN, IDIR FHIR AGUS MHNÁ: In ainm Dé agus in ainm na nglún a d'imigh romhainn agus a d'fhág againn mar oidhreacht seanspiorad na náisiúntachta, tá Éire, trínne, ag gairm a clainne chun a brataí agus ag bualadh [...]
By Denis Roe On Easter Monday James Grace, Patrick Roe and Michael Burn arrival at Mount Street Bridge around 11:30am. Lieutenant Micheál Malone told Grace to take Roe and Byrne with him and cover the gates of Beggars Bush Barracks. Later Malone told Grace they were to take possession of Number 25 Northumberland Road. [...]
Irish volunteers Dublin Brigade mobilisation 1916