Making his Point

The year is 1988 and Harry Crosbie is sitting behind his new desk in the Point Depot for the very first time.

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Ian Kehoe

5th July, 2008

The year is 1988 and Harry Crosbie is sitting behind his new desk in the Point Depot for the very first time.

The young Dubliner has just spent IR£800,000 buying the former train warehouse on Dublin’s docklands and is hatching his plan to transform it into Ireland’s premier music venue. For now though, the building is covered by a mountain of dust and still teeming with dilapidated trains and heavy machinery. The phone rings for the...

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