St. Patrick’s Boys’ School, Donegall Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
St. Patrick's Boys' School was a Public Elementary School in North Belfast. Evacuees waited for transport there on 8th July 1940 as people fled the city.
Donegall Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Donegall Street lies in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter. St. Anne's Cathedral is one of a few buildings in the area to survive the Belfast Blitz.
North Belfast, Belfast, Co. Antrim
North Belfast remains a divided area in the city. It is mainly a working-class. During the 1940s the area was home to the waterworks, mills, and the docks.