Image title: Dublin Connolly Station from Talbot St (bw)

Dublin Connolly Station from Talbot St (bw)

The Italianate tower and facade of Dublin's Connolly Station, once known as Amiens Street Station seen here from Talbot Street. The station is named after James Connolly who played a key role in the 1916 uprising.

The station has undergone extensive renovation, but for me, the facade retains the grim look of the old Ireland.


Dublin Connolly Station from Talbot St (bw)



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NIkon F50 camera, scanned from colour film, desaturated and cropped in Photoshop.

Dublin, architecture, stations, transport, (bw), Republic of Ireland

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