Wide shot of two Castlemara murals – one UDA, one UVF – previously seen in 2008. The fourth flag in the UFF mural is the flag of Ulster Nationalism (WP). Similarly, on the lamp-post fly both the UDA emblem and a flag commemorating the Ulster Volunteers in the 36th Division.
Cromwell led the New Model Army in Ireland from 1649-1650 and by 1652 the victory was complete: Catholicism was banned and all Catholic land-owners were displaced (WP). He is celebrated here with a portrait on Linn Road, Larne.
“South East Antrim Brigade UFF. In proud memory of Brig. John “Grugg” Gregg and all fallen comrades. 4th Batt. A B C Coys. Lest we forget.” Gregg is known for the attempted killing of Gerry Adams and for being killed on the orders of Johnny Adair, which led to the expulsion of Adair’s company from the lower Shankill.
Support for Glasgow Rangers in a mural from the “Londonderry Loyal RSC [Rangers Support Club]” (and a stencil next to “PSNI touts out”) and the Northern Ireland team (“our wee country”) in the Fountain, Londonderry.
Derry City is the largest and most famous soccer club in Derry, but this mural mentions four other minor teams: senior league (first division) team Ballymoor, Northwest premier division team Brandywell Celtic, senior league (premier division) teams Brandywell Harps and Bluebell Celtic.