The Tap Room and The Moving Bog played by Peter Conlon (accordion) and James Morrison (fiddle), New York, 1929

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Comment by Gerard Cappa on August 20, 2013 at 4:06pm

The Belfast Street Tram Company, trams heading for the Lisburn Rd, Antrim Rd and Ormeau Rd.

Flappers, Laurel & Hardy, Bob Hope and Jimy Cagney.

Music by PJ Conlon and James Morrison, recorded in New York in the late  1920's.

A glimpse of the old Claddagh village at the end, before it was demolished and replaced by the expanding Galway suburb. If you are ever staying in Jury's in Galway, just picture this Irish speaking village that used to stand immediately across the bridge.


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