I know, I know! Your deja vus are having a bad case of deja vu, but this photograph of Harcourt Street Station was too good to pass. There is so much to see here, the station itself, the luggage trolleys, the fashion, and the advertising hoardings. The messenger boy’s bicycle parked at the footpath is a real reminder of days gone by, and cheeky devils flying about the streets with their loads for delivery!
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Gorgeous posters in this one! And very helpful they were too. Dates for the fillum Monte Carlo (“As Intimate as a Lady’s Boudoir”, if you don't mind!) in the Irish Times
and an excursion to Tramore gave us a really close date of in or around early August 1931.
Collection: Eason Photographic Collection
Early August 1931
NLI Ref: Eas 1718
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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
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