The Trams of Ireland in old picture postcards
|Publisher||European Library, Zaltbommel, Netherlands|
The introduction to this book, whilst factually correct with regard to trams, leaves a lot to be desired in the filler. The author falls into the classic English trap of reference to Eire, Londonderry and refering to Britain as "the mainland".
The tramway systems covered in the reproduced postcards are:
Hill of Howth
As befits a tram system, most of the photographs are of streetscapes with little of IH interest involved. However, as a photographic record of Ireland's tram systems, it is a useful publication of photos that would not necessarily make it into the wider public domain.
Days Hotel Belfast - located in a lovely area of Belfast where the Union Jack flies from every lamppost and the kerbstones are painted blue white and red.
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