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6 Irish street scenes captured in evocative then-and-now photographs

Oddly beautiful work.

MARK QUIGLEY IS a photographer based in Dundalk. For the last month or so, he’s been taking old photos of Irish street scenes and replicating them perfectly in the modern day.

He then splices the shots together to create a single then-and-now image, for a glimpse of how the scene has changed over the last decades.

1. O’Connell Street, Dublin

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2. Merchants Quay, Newry

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3. St Joseph’s Laundry, Dundalk

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4. St Stephen’s Green, Dublin (facing the Shelbourne Hotel)

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5. Shopfront on Park Street, Dundalk

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Now a Chinese restaurant, The Jade Garden.

6. The Great Northern Brewery, Dundalk

Source: Mark Quigley Photography

You can see Mark Quigley’s full range of Then/Now photos at his Tumblr site here. For more of his other work, you can also follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Flickr.

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