Dublin Alphabet – J for Jeanie Jonhston

This replica famine ship is moored at Custom House Quay as this is where most of the famine ship voyages to the Americas began. The ship is currently undergoing renovation work so there is scaffolding all over the stern area… so, I’ll use that as an excuse to use a much older set of photos. Well, I really think they warrant another look… the Dublin sunset saw to that!

By the way… don’t let me put you off from visiting… the tours are ongoing even though the renovations are happening…

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4 Responses to Dublin Alphabet – J for Jeanie Jonhston

  1. I love your local alphabet! I’m probably going to steal this idea and do a Lewisburg, PA alphabet. Not quite as historically rich, perhaps, but it is pretty out here. Keep ’em coming!


  2. de Wets Wild says:

    Die Iere het ook maar n lang geskiedenis van swaarkry, ne…


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