A River Runs Through It

The river in question is the Farset, which in the late 1700s was still open in what was then the Back-Of-The-River area and is now Bank Square. It was all covered over by 1804.
These are just three of the pieces that make up the 2015 installation by Annemarie Mullan, Stephen Mackey, and King Street Arts, of street scenes based “on information from the 1898 census” (CultureNI | Love Belfast).
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