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Historical Ulster: Co Down towns and villages

Published 17/12/2009

Co Down towns and villages Downpatrick - Bridge Street, 16 November 1967
Co Down towns and villages Downpatrick - Bridge Street, 16 November 1967
Saintfield - 3 February 1964
Hillsborough - Aerial View, 28 May 1949
Hillsborough - Old Castle, 1937
Groomsport - Main Street, 2 April 1959
Groomsport - Harbour, 8 January 1959
Groomsport - Caravans, 31 July 1961
Groomsport - 28 May 1958
Donaghadee - Millisle Rd, Railway, 31 January 1928
Donaghadee - 25 October 1933
Donaghadee - 6 October 1959
Donaghadee - 6 October 1959
Donaghadee - 6 October 1959
Holywood - Priory Corner, 13 April 1961
Holywood - Electric Station, 25 February 1930
Holywood - The Priory, 6 December 1930
Holywood - Town Centre, 1940s
Cultra - Cultra Manor, 14 January 1958
Cultra - Cultra Manor, 6 March 1961
Ballynahinch - date unknown, probably 1940s
Cultra - Cultra Avenue, 27 May 1954
Cultra - Royal North of Ireland YC, 20 May 1965
Bangor, 6 October 1959
Bangor - 6 October 1959
Bangor - from ladies bathing place, date unknown
Bangor from Pickie Pool 19 March 1959
Bangor - 6 October 1959
Bangor - Royal Ulster Yacht Club, 1920
Bangor - 6 October 1959
Bangor - Pickie Pool, date unknown
Bangor - Princeton Road, date unknown
Banbridge - 1950s
Banbridge - Technical College, 3 May 1927
Banbridge - 4 May 1962
Banbridge - Town Hall, 1 December 1960
Banbridge - Main St, 1 December 1960
Ardglass - date unknown
Ardglass - 28 August 1937
Ardglass - 1930s
Ardglass - Fish Barrels, 1930s
Ardglass - Fishing Boat coming in, date unknown
Ardglass - Gulls, 29 July 1961
Ardglass - Fishing Boat, 8 December 1955
Ardglass - 28 July 1948

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