Scenes of County Clare
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|A photograph of Patrick McNamara standing before the family’s house in Maghera.|
|A photograph of the Nestor House in Maghera set against a marbled paper background.|
|An excerpt from the 1887 Ordnance Survey map of Ireland, showing the area of Nestor’s Bridge.|
|Quin Abbey, photographed in May 2000.|
|Another view of Quin Abbey, looking across a field with a grazing horse.|
|A photograph of one of County Clare’s most impressive landmarks, the Cliffs of Moher.|
|Literally a County Clare wall: this is a stone wall with ivy inside the ruins of the ancient church at Clooney.|
|A vintage postcard of Ennis, showing what is now known as O’Connell Street, with the monument to Daniel O’Connell prominently featured.|
Two Relevant Dublin Scenes...
|This is a crane owned by Michael McNamara and Co., one of Ireland’s largest contractors. This particular photo was taken from Nassau Street in Dublin. The crane is deployed at a construction site on the campus of Trinity College.|
|This is the construction site wall along Nassau Street in Dublin. If your name is McNamara, why not plaster it all over?|
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