New Lodge 1900s

The trials of life in the 1900s are depicted in this New Lodge mural. People work and die in the mills. The Germans drop bombs. Children go barefoot. The black-and-white colouring adds to the depression. The ‘New Lodge 2000‘ mural further down the road is in full colour, though life is still beset with problems.
For the mural on the low wall, see The Right To Be Happy (with republican slogan) and Young People’s Rights.
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Copyright © 2011 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f8, 1/80, ISO 100, full size 2592 x 3888
Click and click again to enlarge (to 1800 x 2700)
Copyright © 2011 Extramural Activity
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