On the wall of the Bridge pub on Summerhill Parade in Dublin’s north inner city, there is an aerial photo of that part of Dublin, taken in the mid-1970s. It is unrecognisable – unbroken Georgian terraces stretch all the way down to Summerhill itself.
The city council started to knock those terraces soon after, primarily in order to run a motorway into the city centre. The bid to prevent that brought a...
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