Part H - Penrose Quay, Cork

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IE CA CP/1/1/1/1/H


Penrose Quay, Cork


  • c.1933 (Creation)

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A photographic print of an aerial view of Penrose Quay, Cork, in the early 1930s. The sailing ship (a four-masted barque) in the foreground is believed to be the 'Moshulu'. The steamship in the background is the ‘Innisfallen’, built in 1930 for the City of Cork Steam Packet Company. The ‘Innisfallen’ was lost during the Second World War when she struck a mine off Wirral Shore whilst sailing to Liverpool.

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