Inside North Wall station, Dublin, 1886
Title: Inside North Wall station, Dublin, 1886
Place: Dublin, Ireland
Description: North Wall station, Dublin, May 1886. This station had links to the London & North Western Railway, as there was a connection from Dublin's North Wall docks, on the river Liffey, to Holyhead and from there to London. Ireland was a popular holiday destination at this time. Tourists came to visit the historic buildings in Dublin and the Irish countryside.
Our reference: 1996-7316_CR_C176
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