THE HORSE SHOE AT 85 CAPEL STREET

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THE HORSE SHOE AT 85 CAPEL STREET

THE HORSE SHOE [THERE IS OF COURSE A ASSOCIATED STORY]


Every building in Dublin has a story.


I passed this shop every day for many years and did not even know what was on sale inside but in December 2012 I decided to photograph it as it did stand out.

Only a few days ago [March 2021] that it was owned by John Kelly a well known musician.

Fiddle and concertina player John Kelly was born in West Clare in 1921 but moved to Dublin in 1945, where he opened a shop on Capel Street. He was a central figure in the music scene in Dublin from then until his death in 1988. Until the 1960s he and his family lived above the shop and then he made a big move across the street to 83 Capel Street.

https://www.rte.ie/culture/2020/0526/1142644-john-kelly-of-capel-street-the-rolling-wave-podcast/




THE HORSE SHOE AT 85 CAPEL STREET
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