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Thursday Doors – First of 2021

Welcome to the first Thursday Doors post of 2021. Knowing we were in for more travel restrictions I took advantage of the window of opportunity we had in December and paid some visits to family and captured images for my … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Around the Town

This week’s Thursday Doors are from random streets around the town of Dundalk. I featured the first one a couple of weeks ago but this image is from a different angle. Of course, I had to include a red door … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Still in Dundalk

This week’s Thursday Doors post is short and sweet but still in Dundalk. There’s a lot of the old architecture still to be seen if you look up, even when the ground floor has been modernized. Thanks for stopping by … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – a Town, a Poet and a Book.

This week’s Thursday Doors will explore the connection between the town of Dundalk, the Scottish poet, Robert Burns and an old book that’s been in our family for generations. Remember that green copper spire that could be seen in the … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Colourful Dundalk

Last week’s Thursday Doors from Dundalk might have had a bit of a grey theme but this week’s post is a lot more colourful. Let’s start off with one of my favourite door colours and a beautiful, traditional Irish instrument. … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Historical Dundalk

This week’s Thursday Doors looks at a very historical town – Dundalk in County Louth, often called the land of legends. I think it’s appropriate to begin this blog with an image of Dundalk’s Tourist Information Office.* It’s one of … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Random

Just a few random photos from Dundalk and Monaghan for this week’s Thursday Doors post. Sometimes the back is as interesting as the front. Always look through an archway. You never know what you’ll find. So many things are fake … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

If you’ve seen last week’s Thursday Doors you’ll know it featured the doors of Dundalk in County Louth. As we drove through the town I managed to snap a few more shots from the car. The colours in this first … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Dundalk

Ireland’s capitol city, Dublin, has a reputation for having colourful doors but this week’s Thursday Doors will show that there are other places with a fine selection on offer. They might not be as grand as Dublin doors but the … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Strandfield Again

Continuing on from last week’s Thursday Doors, these are some images of the inside of Strandfield House Restaurant. The tables and chairs are intentionally mismatched, as are the cups, plates and cutlery but it all adds to the character of … Continue reading

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