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Wall, Weavers’ Square, Dublin 8+

On the gable end of the east side of Weavers’ Square, there’s a thick, lumpy render that hints at the...

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Nuzum Bros., 201 Pearse Street, Dublin 2+

The former Nuzum Bros. shopfront on Pearse Street is one of many buildings in the same stretch that are in...

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Painted sign, Mark’s Lane, Dublin 2+

Mark’s Lane runs parallel to Pearse and Townsend Streets, separating the Markievicz flat complex from St. Mark’s Church. The Markievicz...

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Ghost signs, Arbour Place, Dublin 7+

There’s a nice element of the unknown about laneways in the city centre, whether you’re exploring them on foot or...

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Signage, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

Cork Street would benefit a lot more from rows of thriving shops bringing activity to street level than from having...

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Ghost sign (The Central Hide and Skin Co. Ltd.), Watling Street, Dublin 8+

Watling Street has the right setup for unease – it’s very quiet, with much of one side being occupied by...

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Signage, 1, 2 & 3 Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2+

The convention for numbering addresses spanning more than one building seems to be ‘1-3′, but this sign makes a good...

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Sign, Liffey Street Upper, Dublin 1+

This is another ghost sign, on the gable end of a terrace on Liffey Street Upper. It’s a nostalgic favourite...

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