Description:A photograph of Clifden town in Galway. There is a man driving a horse and cart away from the camera. There is a horse and cart parked on the right hand side of the street and a cart parked on the left hand side. There is a motor car coming towards the camera. There is a woman driving the car and a woman sitting beside her. Both are wearing large hats. Behind the houses, a church with a large steeple can be seen. There is an electricity pole on the right hand side of the street. On the left, there is a building with a balcony. The words "Hotel Lydens" is displayed on the railings of the balcony. The words "J. Lyden Grocer" are displayed on the building next door. Further down the street, the word "Cottinchans" or "Cottinghans" is over the door. Further along this street, the words "P. McCormack's Spirit Store" can be seen over the door of a shop. There are wooden barrels on the street near this shop. There are a number of people in the photograph. One woman is wearing a hat. Many of the men are wearing caps. There are a number of people sitting on a metal seat at the side of the street.
Copyright:This image is reproduced courtesy of the National Library of Ireland