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Thursday Doors

I found some of this week’s Thursday Doors on an old photograph taken in Enniskillen, county Fermanagh, a medium sized town with a population of around 14,000. The image shows us what the premises on Church Street looked like in … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Castlerock

Thursday Doors this week comes from Castlerock, a seaside village in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It is situated five miles west of the town of Coleraine and is part of the Causeway Coast and Glens district. It’s very popular with summer tourists, being … Continue reading

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Fresh and Salty

Fresh and Salty I’m sorry there was no Thursday Doors post this week as I was away for a few days, with no access to the internet. However, I did take lots of interesting photos of doors and castles to … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors comes from St. Patrick’s street in Cork City this week. This is the main shopping street and boulevard in the heart of the city and is affectionately called ‘Pana’ by older Corkonians. It has twice won an award as … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I’m still in the city of Cork for Thursday Doors this week, with a triple delight for all you lovers of red doors. This image is of the Butter Museum, which is part of the old Butter Exchange, close to … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

I’m starting off Thursday Doors with a red one this week. No surprise there, if you know my favourite door colour. This charming pub was established in the heart of Cork City in 1793 and since the day it was … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors comes from the Crawford Gallery in Cork City, this week. It’s a former art college that was built in 1884,  funded by W. H. Crawford and designed by Arthur and Henry Hill. Part of the building was originally … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

A little bit of fun but still lots of colour from Kinsale for this week’s Thursday Doors post. An old time amusement park adds to the vintage flavour of the town and some of the rides remind me of when … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

If you’re a regular visitor to this blog you’ll be thinking I’ve moved to Kinsale, as this is about the third week in a row that it features in Thursday Doors. I’ve included the building above in a previous post … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

  Still in Kinsale this week for Thursday Doors and it was very tempting to pop into Bruno’s for a Carbonara, only it wasn’t lunchtime. It’s a really quirky building (you can just see the end of it where the … Continue reading

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