Tracking the Night

(Thanks to Stephen Hirsch for the title suggestion.)

Last week I passed my 50th milepost, so on Saturday evening some friends and I gathered at Nancy Hands pub on Parkgate Street in Dublin.

The Irish railways fraternity was well represented.

I was dressed as the Ghost of Isambard K. Brunel, the famously eccentric, highly regarded Victorian engineer and polymath.
I was dressed as the ghost of Isambard K. Brunel— the famously eccentric, highly regarded Victorian engineer and polymath.

 

Thanks to everyone who dropped by! Special thanks to Paul Dowd for helping to organize the event. Extra special thanks to Helen Collins who created my costume!

These photos are a sampling of images exposed with my Lumix LX7. Some were made by me, others were exposed by various friends at the event.

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Tracking the Night Celebrates Halloween and Brian’s 50th mile mark.

2 comments on “Tracking the Night

  1. Lincoln Reed on said:

    A fine bunch of Hooligans ! Happy Halloween to all !!

  2. Anonymous on said:

    Notice how many of the young er people in these photos from Dublin ARE NOT DRINKING STOUT!!!! jIM eGAN