The Clock Is Still Going
Commemorating the Attack & Burning of the Dublin Custom House 25th May 1921
Attack / Eyewitness
Attack / Eyewitness
The Gates Flew Open: Centenary of the Kilmainham Gaol Releases
Posted on 8th December, 2021
On Thursday 8 December 1921 the release of political prisoners interned without charge began under the terms of the Anglo-Irish ....
New Custom House Visitor Centre Open
Posted on 16th November, 2021
Delighted to confirm that, as of now (16 November 2021), people can book a self-guided tour. A maximum of six people ....
Centenary of the Custom House Burning – not the Four Courts!
Posted on 22nd May, 2021
Next Tuesday 25 May 2021 will be a very special date for all who had people involved in or affected ....
Custom House Prisoner Insights – Part 2: Ages and Lifespans
Posted on 13th February, 2021
This time we look at how old – or young the men were at different stages of their lives and ....
Centenary – Raid on the Custom House, 1920.
Posted on 15th August, 2020
It may not be widely known that the Custom House was a War of Independence target before the Burning. In ....
Fire Places: Part 6 – Marlborough Hall (Coláiste Caoimhín)
Posted on 11th July, 2020
Marlborough Hall Marlborough Hall (National Library of Ireland) Although not directly linked to the Burning, this facility on St Mobhí Road, Glasnevin ....
Fire Places: Part 5 – Source For IRA Transport to Custom House
Posted on 8th July, 2020
Findlater’s Shop Not too far from Dublin Brigade HQ stood this former Dublin city centre landmark. It happened to play a ....
Fire Places: Part 4 – Where Burning Plans Were Made
Posted on 1st July, 2020
Continuing our look at sites associated with the Burning of the Custom House, this time a few places involved in ....
Fire Places: Part 3 – Kilmainham Gaol
Posted on 17th May, 2020
Kilmainham’s forbidding Dragons above the entrance Kilmainham Gaol was ‘home’ to over 90 Custom House Men for almost 6 months in ....