I spent months trying to find a way into this historical building that played such an important part in Irish history, specifically 1916. It is where Eamon De Valera and his men hid out when things were getting heated in Dublin during the war of independence. Another site I've explored that holds even more historical … Continue reading Derelict 1916 Bolands Flour Mill, Dublin (Ireland)
This is an article that I wrote for the Metro Herald in May, 2013 which discusses why I photograph abandoned buildings and how and where I do it. 2a588e70-beff-4194-9dd1-570a345e84f8
This building had been a two-storey convent school for girls, erected in 1901. The number of attendees dwindled and it closed in 2007. Thankfully, I got in three days before the JCBs moved in on their prey and completely demolished it. The Department of Education plan on replacing the site with a new secondary school.
The Dun Laoghaire Baths, otherwise known as Rainbow Rapids, date back to the 1790's and used to act as a public place to swim and bathe up until 1997. There were different types of baths available to customers such as sea and fresh water, hot and cold baths, sulphur, seaweed and Russian and hot sea-water … Continue reading Dun Laoghaire Baths, Dublin (Ireland)