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Sandycove Beach - Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland - 1998

More photos from Sandycove, 1998.  That’s Dun Laoghaire Pier in the background.

Another view from Sandycove Beach looking toward Dun Laoghaire.  The tide was out.  You can see the two spires of the Dun Laoghaire churches in the background.  9 more words

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More From Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland - 1998

This is the little beach at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland.  I was there at the end of June, beginning of July, 1998 and while it was warm enough to walk around in a t-shirt most of the time, it was also very humid. 53 more words

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Dublin Bay From the Rocks at Sandycove - 1998

That’s Howth in the background.  Dublin Bay is shaped like a horseshoe to some extent, with Sorrento Point on the southwest end, and Howth on the northeast end.

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More From Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland - 1998

This is a house at the beginning of the coast road that runs from Sandycove to Dun Laoghaire and beyond.  You turn from the main road toward the beach and Martello Tower (James Joyce Museum), and then you turn left here.  85 more words

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SANDYCOVE in B&W, County Dublin, Ireland on a Windy Day in 2004

The Irish Sea was crashing against the rocks at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland on this day.  I took this photo very near the James Joyce Museum in the Martello Tower.  8 more words

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Color or Black & White? Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland 2004

I was standing on the rocks at Sandycove, County Dublin, Ireland when I took this photo looking south toward the shore of Dalkey.  Bulloch Harbour is hidden behind the rocks on the right.  46 more words

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SANDYCOVE and DUN LAOGHAIRE, County Dublin Ireland, post-1922

Yesterday I posted an old photo which was north of this photo.  It showed the “Kingstown” beach and looked south toward these “baths” and Sandycove.  You can generally date the images as pre-1922 and post-1922 because when Ireland became independent from the UK in 1922, Kingstown became Dun Laoghaire.  62 more words

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