Most viewed - Air Corps Museum Glass Plate Negative Photographs
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Fitzmaurice and other Air Corps Personnel in Front of Aircraft821 viewsGlass plate copy negative of officers of the Irish Air Corps standing in front of a Bristol Fighter. Officers are named from left to right: Lorcan C. Gogan, John Hume, Oscar A. Heron, Edward F. Stapleton, William P. Delamere, James C. Fitzmaurice, Daniel J. McKeown, Nicholas E. Fogarty, Frederick S. Crossley, Dr. Theo McWeeney, Serge Barnes, Arthur G. Russell, Gerard J. Carroll, Bryan McSweeney, Patrick F. McGrath and Timothy J. Prenderville.
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Group Photo in Front of Bi-Plane, Copy791 viewsGlass plate negative image of a group of Aer Corp personnel posed in front of a Bi-Plane.
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No. 1 Army Band782 viewsGlass plate copy negative of a photograph of the army number one band posing with their instruments for a group portrait image at Portobello Barracks. Thirty-eight members of the army band, arranged in four rows pose with two officers in dress uniform.
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Mosaic Collinstown781 viewsGlass plate copy negative of an aerial image of Collinstown taken at 4000 feet. The image shows Dublin airport and environs. Under the image details of the photograph are recorded as follows: Date: 10-6-37, Time: 10.00 HRS, Scale: R.F. 1/6850, F.L.: 7" , Height: 4,000'
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Dalymount Park778 viewsAerial photograph of Dalymount Park
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Avro Plane Ground766 viewsGlass plate negatives of a ground image of an Avro 621 ( serial A9 ). Avro A9 had been delivered to Baldonnel Aerodrome on 17 April 1930 and was crashed at Maynooth 26 November 1930 and written-off. Image shows the Avro plane on grass with two officers in flightsuits posing in front of it.
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Avro Plane Ground755 viewsGlass plate negatives of a ground image of an Avro 621 ( serial A9 ). Avro A9 had been delivered to Baldonnel Aerodrome on 17 April 1930 and was crashed at Maynooth 26 November 1930 and written-off. Image shows the Avro plane on grass with two officers in flightsuits posing in front of it.
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Bristol Fighter (22)741 viewsGlass plate negative of a Bristol Fighter (Type 14) F2B Fighter Mk II on the ground. F2B serial 22 served Baldonnel from 4 Nov 1925 to July 1935.
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ARS735 viewsGlass plate negative of various bi-planes being serviced inside a hangar. Included in the image are a Bristol Fighter F2B, an Avro 504K and two De Havilland DH9s, one of which appears to be serial number 6. The latter was converted to a two seater training plane.
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Tallaght Aerodrome726 views
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Air Corps Group Photograph723 viewsGlass plate copy negative of an early Air Corps group photo. Image shows forty Air Corps personnel posing in a group shot in front of a hangar at Baldonnel.
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Rathfarnham717 views
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Landsdowne Road, Dublin713 viewsAerial glass plate negative showing Landsdowne raod and the surrounding area
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Group Portrait Including Kevin O' Higgins, Sean Mac Eoin and Arthur Griffith709 viewsGlass plate copy negative of a group portrait containing military officers, TDs and members of the clergy taken in front of a building. The front row, seated, include from left to right Kevin O'Higgins, Arthur Griffith, Dr. Fogarty (Bishop of Killaloe). Men standing in the back row include Paddy Hogan, Canon William O' Kennedy, Ignatius O'Neill, Sean Milroy and Michael [Breana or Brennan].
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BF III Crash708 viewsGlass plate copy negatives of Bristol Fighter F2B Fighter serial III which crashed at Naas, Kildare 17 July 1922. Images shows the wreck of the aricraft on the ground taken from each both sides and the rear. The aircraft had arrived in Baldonnel 10 July 1922. Glass plate one has been identifed on the envelope as Bristol Fighter II which was delivered to Baldonnel 4 July 1922 and was written off after a crash at Castlebagot, Baldonnel 23 Jan 1924 in which Lieutenant R. T. Nevin was killed. The image, however, appears to be that of the BF III crash on 17 July 1922. Glass plate two and three both show the serial number of the aircraft BF III.
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Tallaght Aerodrome704 views
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Michael Collins Lying In State702 viewsGlass plate copy negative of Michael Collins lying in state. Collins is lying on a bed with a bandage wrapped around his forehead. The photograph is taken from a low side view with several Irish Free State Officers partly visible in the background.
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Dundrum County Dublin. Ex Servicemen's House700 viewsAerial photograph showing Dundrum village, the ex-serviceman house is not identified in this photograph.
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Bi-Plane694 viewsThis glass plate negative is showing a Bi-plane stationary on the ground with personnel positioned around it.
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Lieut. W. Ryan. CPL C. Rooney691 viewsGlass plate copy negative showing Lieutenant W. Ryan and Corporal C Rooney working at a map table. One officer is making a collage of an area from aerial photographs. The other officer appears to be using the photographs to sketch a map.
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Clondalkin Village689 viewsAerial photograph of Clondalkin Village
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British & Russian Aircraft688 viewsPlate one is of a Shackleton aircraft and appears to have been taken from a manual.
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College of Science683 viewsGlass plate copy positive of an aerial view of the College of Science
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Workshops Baldonnel 1938682 viewsGlass plate copy negative showing what appears to be a staged photograph of apprentices at work under supervision in a workshop at Baldonnel.
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Avro 621 Line Up681 viewsGlass plate negative of a line of three Avro 621s on the ground in Baldonnel with hangars visible in the background.
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Bristol Fighter (18)680 viewsGlass plate negative of a Bristol Fighter (type 14) F2B Fighter Mk II serial number 18. The aircraft is pictured on the ground facing a hangar with several army officers posing in front of it. The F2B serial 18 arrived in Baldonnel 24 October 1925 and was scrapped in June 1935.
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Kilcullen Bridge680 views
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Le Cliona and Le Meave (03) at Dun Laoghaire Pier680 views
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Group photograph of army officers678 viewsGlass plate negative of eight army officers, possibly British standing in a line with swords.
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St. Laurence's Gate, Drogheda678 viewsAerial photograph of St. Laurence's Gate
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Camac Mills Inchicore678 viewsAerial photographs showing Camac Mills Inchicore and the surrounding area.
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Collinstown Aerodrome676 views
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Bristol F2B Bi-Planes on Ramp675 viewsGlass plate negatives showing four Bristol F2B Bi-Planes on ramp with personnel standing in front of or working on the planes.
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Agricultural College Glasnevin675 views
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Private Secretary's Lodge, Phoenix Park672 views
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Fairey IIIF671 viewsImages three, shows the Fairey III with several biplanes in a hangar at Baldonnel. Aircraft include the Fairey IIIF, Avro 621 serial 8 and two DH9s serial 6 and serial 7.
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Gormanstown Aerodrome671 viewsVertical glass plate negative showing part of Gormanstown Aerodrome, the part photographed is set up as a military camp.
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Apprentices670 views
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Two couples670 viewsGlass plate copy negative of two couples posing in a studio for a portrait. The couples are in formal civilian dress.
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GPO 1916 Commemoration Dublin669 views
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Fermoy Aerodromene 667 viewsOne glase plate negative image of Fermoy Aerodrome and the surrounding area taken at an altitude of 2000 ft. Only one glassplate image is present at time of uploading.
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Summary of Air Corps 1931-1932666 viewsGlass plate copy negative of a table listing the numbers of officers, NCOs and privates for the years 1931 to 1932.
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Troops in Open Group Shot666 viewsGlass plate negative showing two photographs, the first of which includes eight Free State soldiers, seven of which are carrying weapons, the second image is damaged beyond repair however a part of vehicle and part of a person can be seen in the image.
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First Public Aerial Display by the Air Corps666 viewsGlass plate negative showing Lieutenant T J Prenderville and General D Daly at First Public Aerial Display by the Air Corps, Phoenix Park
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Lucan, County Dublin665 viewsAerial photograph of the center of Lucan Village
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Avro Plane Ground661 viewsGlass plate negatives of a ground image of an Avro 621 ( serial A9 ). Avro A9 had been delivered to Baldonnel Aerodrome on 17 April 1930 and was crashed at Maynooth 26 November 1930 and written-off. Image shows the Avro plane on grass with two officers in flightsuits posing in front of it.
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BF III Crash661 viewsGlass plate copy negatives of Bristol Fighter F2B Fighter serial III which crashed at Naas, Kildare 17 July 1922. Images shows the wreck of the aricraft on the ground taken from each both sides and the rear. The aircraft had arrived in Baldonnel 10 July 1922. Glass plate one has been identifed on the envelope as Bristol Fighter II which was delivered to Baldonnel 4 July 1922 and was written off after a crash at Castlebagot, Baldonnel 23 Jan 1924 in which Lieutenant R. T. Nevin was killed. The image, however, appears to be that of the BF III crash on 17 July 1922. Glass plate two and three both show the serial number of the aircraft BF III.
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Fairey IIIF657 viewsImages two, shows the Fairey III with several biplanes in a hangar at Baldonnel. Aircraft include the Fairey IIIF, Avro 621 serial 8 and two DH9s serial 6 and serial 7.
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Bren Gun Carriers Curragh657 viewsGlass plate negative showing Bren Gun Carriers in motion in the Curragh.
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Vespa Aircraft Front and Side Views656 viewsGlass plate copy negatives of a Vickers Vespa, Vickers Type 208 Vespa V, serial V8. This aircraft was delivered to Baldonnel 5 April 1931 and written-off 12 June 1940. The image shows a front and side views of the aircraft. Glass plate one shows a front view of the aircraft and the serial number cannot be seen. Glass plate two and three show side views of the aircraft with the serial number visible.
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Richmond Hospital, Dublin655 views
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Collinstown Aerodrome652 views
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Officer's Mess Gardens649 views
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Naas town, County Kildare645 views
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Custom House Dublin643 viewsGlass plate negative showing the Custom House, railway track, ships moored on the Liffey and the surrounding area.
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Rineanna Mosiac (One Runway)640 viewsGlass plate copy negative of an aerial view of Rineanna or Shannon airport.
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Reserve Troops and Armoured Lorry Outside City Hall 1922640 viewsGlass plate copy negative of reserve troops and an armoured Lancia APC outside City Hall on Dame Street. Troops are pictured standing on the steps of City Hall and along the street in front of the building. At least two men are visible inside the Lancia APC. The top of the lorry has been covered with a wire mesh. Several civillians are pictured walking past in the street and one boy with his hands in his pockets appears to be looking directly at the camera. A caption on the top of the picture reads: " RESERVES - Troups and armoured lorry of the National Army outside the City Hall in readiness for a call to the firing line. (FREEMAN photo) 1922"
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Hurricanes in Flight640 views
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Hoisting the Flag at the Curragh639 viewsThe first glass plate contains the caption " A Group of Free State Officers salute the Irish Flag after being hoisted on the Water Tower, Curragh Camp '. The flag is not visible in plate one.
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Troops on the March Curragh639 viewsGlass plate copy negative of Irish Free State troops marching to the Curragh after the take-over in May 1922. A caption below the image reads " A Company of Free State soldiers passing through The Curragh on their way to the camp after the taking-over ceremony '
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