Murdered By Paratroopers

M00176 Rossville St 1976+

14 victims of Bloody Sunday (30th Jan 1972) are listed on either side of a cross: P. Doherty G. Donaghy, J. Duddy, H. Gilmore, M. Kelly, M. McDaid, K. McElhinney, B. McGuigan, J. McKinney, W. Nash, J. Wray, J. Young, J. Johnson, W. McKinney.

Rossville Street, Derry


Copyright © 1982 Peter Moloney

I Refuse To Change

M00150 Westland St 1982+

M00151 Westland St 1982+

On the main gable wall, a funeral volley of three volunteers fires over the coffin of Bobby Sands, with the beginning of a quote from Sands: “I refuse to change to sui[t people who oppress, torture and imprison me. They have suppressed my body and attacked my dignity, but I have the spirit of freedom that cannot be quenched by even the most horrendous treatment.]”

On the side wall, a prisoner is crucified, with the words “St Peter, let these men enter heaven, for they have served their time in hell.” – a variation on James Donahue’s WWII Soldier’s Poem (WP).

Westland Street, Derry

M00150 M00151

Copyright © 1982 Peter Moloney

Bishop Street

M00141 Bishop St 1982

Here is a wide shot of the panels in Bishop Street. Some of these were previously featured in close-up (Patsy O’Hara | Broken H | Saor ÉireSpirit Of Freedom | Unlock H BlockFlags And Shields) but a few were not: Victory To The Hunger Strikers and a harp, to the right (probably with “You can kill the revolutionary but not the revolution”).

Bishop Street, Derry


Copyright © 1982 Peter Moloney