Quay near Spanish Arch
Collection:Father Browne
Year:1942
Description:A photograph of a street in Galway city. At the end of the street, the Spanish Arch can be seen. This is a remnant of the medieval city wall. In the photograph, there are trees growing beyond the arch. The River Corrib is on the left, but it is out of view. The houses are on the right, and there is washing hanging out to dry in front of some of these houses. There are seagulls on the roofs of two of the buildings. There are several children, in the picture. Two of the children are standing near a pram. There is an old woman walking away from the camera. There are two men, on the left, standing near the river. On the street, there are two electricity poles and one old street light. The photograph was taken in 1942.