Rosemary Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Rosemary Street in Belfast, Co. Antrim is the site of one of Ireland's oldest Presbyterian churches. It survived the Luftwaffe attack of the Belfast Blitz.
Ravenscroft Avenue, Belfast, Co. Down
Ravenscroft Avenue in East Belfast, Co. Down suffered great damage during the Belfast Blitz. Luftwaffe bombs left a huge crater in the residential street.
Queen’s Road, Belfast, Co. Down
Queen's Road runs through what is now the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Co. Down. In 1941, Luftwaffe bombs rained down on the shipyards in the Belfast Blitz.
Hallidays Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Hallidays Road off the Limestone Road in North Belfast, Co. Antrim was the scene of much destruction after the Belfast Blitz during April and May 1941.
Royal Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Royal Avenue, one of the main streets in Belfast City Centre was brought to ruins by Luftwaffe bombs that fell in the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
Donegall Place, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Donegall Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim was a scene of destruction in 1941 as Luftwaffe bombs flattened buildings in what became known as the Belfast Blitz.
High Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
High explosive Luftwaffe bombs destroyed much of High Street and nearby Bridge Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
Bridge Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Bridge Street in Belfast City Centre is almost unrecognisable today compared to 1941. Much of it was flattened after the devastation of the Belfast Blitz.