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S.S. Adolphine
S.S. Adolphine
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The sailing ship Adolphine moored at the Custom House in Dublin, with a swivel bridge in the foreground. There are posters advertising Pleasure Trips to Lambay Island that also say "William Hall" - hardly the name of the vessel?..The two-storey building beyond the Custom House is the original Liberty Hall, which I only found out yesterday was formerly the Northumberland Hotel ( http://comeheretome.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/the-northumberland-hotel-beresford-place-liberty-hall/ ) .....And this was taken at 9.35 am!..Date: Circa 1880?..NLI Ref.: STP_2746 ( http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/STP_2746 )
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