14 Howard Street South, Belfast (1) © Albert Bridge
The Old Potato Station being demolished. The site and the one on the left (at the corner of the Ormeau Road) has planning permission for shops, offices, apartments and a multi-storey car park. Continue to [].
Former Oxford Street bus station,... © Albert Bridge
See []. Oxford Street bus station (now replaced by the Laganside Buscentre []) was built on the site of an old goods line (1876-1963) connecting East Bridge Street Jct (near the present Central Station [])... more
Old pictures of Belfast from the Belfast Telegraph archives
Belfast’s history as a modern town begins on 27 April 1613. A royal charter, issued in the name of James I, transformed what had been a collection of dwellings by a river crossing into a legal entity governed by a corporation of 13 men, headed by a sovereign.
Ghostly Tram on Bedford Street
Love this one for the gorgeous ghostly tram moving along Bedford Street in Belfast, and if that child conveying device at the right isn't a perambulator, I don't know what is... The building on the left with the impressive canopy is actually the Ulster Hall, and the notice outside may make it slightly easier to date this one: "Monday. Popular Concert Postponed". Fantastic building identification by Gerry Ward: "What is amazing about this photograph (amazing by Belfast standards) is that all…