Trimble Out

David Trimble was leader of the UUP and first First Minister of the new Assembly. This Ballybeen graffiti might date back to that period (1998-2005), as the issue of IRA decommissioning led to suspensions of the parliament and Trimble’s own (temporary) stepping-down. Ballybeen Square, Belfast.


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Loyalist Monarch

Graffiti on the electrical boxes near the Broadway roundabout, marking the western edge of the (PUL) Village: “Loyalist Monarch [Street]”, “FTIBA“, “KAT” [Kill all Taigs [Catholics]], “ATAT” [All Taigs are targets], “The young, the brave, the fearless – YCV”, “Village UVF”.

In the background is the 2010 Monarch bonfire.

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UVF North Down Brigade

This mural mixes the Ulster Volunteers who fought at Somme, Ypres, Arras, Thiepval, St Quentin, Grandcourt, Messines, Fricourt with local volunteers from the modern-day UVF: William Hannagan, William Lightbody, Stephen Campbell, Stuart Allan, Keith McKinstry, Eddie Moreland, Michael McKeague, Thomas O’Brien, Jim Moore, David Stirling.

Across the street from a UDA mural.

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Welcome To New Mossley

2010 image of the New Mossley mosaic in Ballyearl Drive, with various UVF insignia above from previous murals. “This mosaic reflects the cultural & industrial heritage of the area. New Mossley Community Group is proud to be part of this project and hope it gives pleasure to everyone. We would like to thank the Arts Council and Groundwork for their help and support. Unveiled by Jeanette Ervine, Dawn Purvis MLA, Mena Mitchell 17th January 2009.”

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C Company Roll Of Honour

This “C company, 1st Belfast battalion, Ulster Volunteer Force roll of honour” in Carnan Street, Belfast, uses WWI (USSF insignia, an image of soldiers on the battlefield, poppies, and a verse from In Flanders Fields) to commemorate 25 volunteers from the middle Shankill area. (For the first five, see also the plaque across the street.) The “Four Step” was a pub bombed in 1971 (see X02393).

Replaces the Greengairs Thistle FB mural – the band’s insignia is in the top right.

Carnan Street (renamed “C Coy Street”)


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