Fish market in Galway
Collection:Postcard
Description:A photograph of the fish market in Galway city. The market took place in front of the Spanish Arch. The Spanish Arch is a part of the medieval wall which surrounded the town of Galway. It consists of two arches. There is a door across one arch. There is a house near the arch, and it has the name 'Tim Shea' written on its wall. There are men, women, and children in the photograph, but mostly women. The women are wearing shawls. One girl has a broom in her hand. One boy is barefoot. There are wooden vats, a box, and an upturned bucket in the picture. There is a cart on the left, and there is a young man standing beside it. He is wearing a cap. The River Corrib is on the right, and there are people sitting on a pier beside the water.