Seamus O'G wrote:As far as I know, there is still a middle Mountjoy Street - I just did a google search and it came up with, e.g. , an Irish Times article about a property on the street in October '05.
Andrew Duffy wrote:So what's the third street with a Lower, Middle and Upper?
Seamus O'G wrote:Andrew, I think we're going with Mountjoy, Gardiner and Abbey. I'm interested to hear from Phil that there used to be a Middle Liffey Street - I wonder was that the section between Abbey Street and Great Strand Street or was there a street through what is now the ILAC centre?
phil wrote:According to John Rocque's 1756 map the street now referred to as Upper Liffey Street was called Middle Liffey Street and Upper Liffey Street ran up between Mary Street/Henry Street and Great Britain Street (Parnell Street), where the Ilac is. Does anyone know when it went? Was it there until the Ilac was built? Coles lane also ran parallel to this as far as what is now Parnell St, but is now the other entrance to the Ilac.
Seamus O'G wrote:I reckon 5 is the Pepper Canister on Mount Street.
Seamus O'G wrote:It might be that warehouse that looks out over the Grand Canal basin, with one of the new buildings on Barrow Street behind it.