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Troubled past

Troubled past

Belfast, Northern Ireland, with curbstones painted red white and blue. Pic Brian Seed

Belfast, Northern Ireland, with curbstones painted red white and blue.

Security Checkpoint, Belfast City Centre 1970s

Security Checkpoint, Belfast City Centre I grew up with this!

BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM-MAY 1972. British Army soldiers driving past a boy holding flowers in West Belfast during The Troubles, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Alain Le Garsmeur/Getty Images)

MAY British Army soldiers driving past a boy holding flowers in West Belfast during The Troubles, Northern Ireland. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

crowd of demonstrators passing British soldiers in Leeson St. in the Falls Road area of Belfast. (Photo by Malcolm Stroud/Express/Getty Images). July 1970

crowd of demonstrators passing British soldiers in Leeson St. in the Falls Road area of Belfast. (Photo by Malcolm Stroud/Express/Getty Images).

This one was taken in Belfast in August. The lights and the sky made the wall more impressive that it already was This mural wall represents a time for the people of Belfast to reflect on with great sadness as it was the Troubles that caused such a divide. The car bombs and has bombs still terrify people as they are constantly reminded of the blood spilt over innocent people because of religion and cultures

This one was taken in Belfast in August. The lights and the sky made the wall more impressive that it already was

Two British soldiers killed in Belfast (North Ireland) attack by South Antrim Brigade (Real Ira)

Two British soldiers killed in Belfast (North Ireland) attack by South Antrim Brigade (Real Ira)

Victoria Street, Belfast

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of County Antrim, Ireland

Belfast: High Street was the centre of the town until the 1900s but smaller ships moored here until it was culverted over. Even after this, ships could come right up into the town at the end of the street.

Belfast: High Street was the centre of the town until the but smaller ships moored here until it was culverted over. Even after this, ships could come right up into the town at the end of the street.

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