Beverley Street stands close to the 'Peace Line' in West Belfast. In recent years, murals and artwork representing local communities have appeared on the walls.
The 1942 'Pocket Guide to Northern Ireland' issued to all American troops in Ulster contained a photograph of the No. 16 tram on the Donegall Road, Belfast.
Dover Place in the Shankill area of West Belfast boasts a pair of murals depicting events in the local area during the Belfast Blitz of 1941 and V.E. Day.
The Falls Road in West Belfast is home to two large cemeteries, Belfast City Cemetery and Milltown Cemetery. Both contain many Second World War-era graves.
On 21st April 1941, the Duke of Gloucester visited Percy Street in West Belfast. He observed the destruction caused by Luftwaffe bombs less than a week earlier.