dlr People on the Pier
It is a platform for people to share photos of outings on Dún Laoghaire Pier, which is celebrating its bicentenary in 2017. Add your photos, with a short description, by clicking on the ‘Upload a Photo’ button above. You can add photos on our Facebook page, or tag us on our Twitter and Instagram accounts. You can also email your photo to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos may be used in a hardback book about People on the Pier to be published by New Island Books in September 2018.
Image below by Mark Granier.
The People on the Pier Project is an initiative of the Local Studies Department of dlr Libraries. We are keen to grow our collection of pier imagery, bringing it right up to date. So photos of you, your family and friends – and your pets of course are all welcome! If you have older photos you would like to share with us, we would love to add these to our collection also.
Dún Laoghaire Pier is 200 years old this year! Since the first stone slab was laid in 1817, people have sauntered, ambled, paraded, perambulated, strode, marched, loitered, trudged and stepped out on the famous East and West Piers. It is a bracing walk as the West Pier is 1 mile long and the East Pier is ¾ of a mile.