Loyalism Not For Sale

The Fountain area of Londonderry is decked out for Eleventh Night, when the bonfire (including Irish Tricolours) will be set alight.

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Copyright © 2007 Peter Moloney

The Platform

One of the tourist information boards along with walls of Derry; this one describes the history of the area around the Presbyterian church and the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, including George Farquhar and his play The Beaux’ Stratagem. The platform in question is not a viewing platform for Orange parades but a gun platform in the walls of Derry. Magazine Street Upper, Londonderry.

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Copyright © 2007 Peter Moloney

Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall

These images are from the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall in Society Street, Londonderry. When not on display in the street during celebrations of the Siege, Lundy’s effigy is stored in a narrow room in the hall. Brother [Samuel] David Montgomery was a part-time members of the UDR; he was shot by the IRA in the timber yard where he worked on February 10th, 1981.

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Copyright © 2007 Peter Moloney

The People’s Gallery

The People’s Gallery is a series of murals by the Bogside Artists along Rossville Street and Lecky Road in Derry. Although the sign says there are 12 murals, at the time there were in fact only 11 (as this page at the official web site says), though a twelfth would be added in 2008. For images of all 12 murals, see the Gallery’s Visual History Page.

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Copyright © 2007 Peter Moloney