Marlborough Street runs from the Liffey at Eden Quay to Parnell Street and is intersected by Abbey Street, Talbot Street and Cathal Brugha Street along the way.
I find I spend a lot more time on Marlborough Street and that general area since I moved to Fairview. Since the LUAS related building has ceased, the street has become a lot more pleasant to stroll along. Putting this post together was an eye opener to me in terms of the stories that are hidden on every street in the city.
This post is part of the weekly ‘Streets of Dublin’ series that I am doing in 2019. A new post will be published each weekend.
Each week will focus on a new street & will take a look behind its signs. If there’s a street that you’d like to contribute to, please get in touch.