http://www.flickr.com/photos/gentlemanofletters/"Kevin was a proud father and loving husband who's family meant everything to him, but this profile is here firstly to showcase and remember his work and secondly because he himself would have been a Flickr member, because of his love of photography and gadgetry.
"We (Kevin's family) do sometimes come across his work that we had not known about, but as time goes on and Dublin changes it happens less and less.
Kevin loved his city passionately and I believe it would break his heart to see it now changed beyond recognition and not for the better either."
Signwriting by Kevin Freeney.
Late 1950's or early 1960's. Dawson Street.
Taken in the 1970's at Jervis Street & Parnell Street junction where Penny's is now.
Opposite this pub (where the cinema is now) was the factory where they made Silvermints, Williams & Woods (there was always a smell of Peppermint in the air of Parnell St from it), a fine big granite building it was and I believe it was the intended destination of the rebels in 1916 when they escaped the burning GPO and tried to make their way up Moore Street.
1981 Stephens Green showing what was there before the Shopping Centre.
R.O. Jones (the facade on the right hand side of this picture) is the Decorating Company that Kevin served his apprenticeship to painting and decorating with.
The corner of Grantham Street and Camden Street
Signwriting by Kevin Freeney
Signwriting by Kevin Freeney. This shop was at the corner of Liffey Street and Abbey Street.
Signwriting by Kevin Freeney. Nassau Street pre 1968
Junction of Russell Street & North Circular Road
Plenty more over at http://www.flickr.com/photos/gentlemanofletters/