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Photograph: Mural - Apprentice Boys of Derry. Waterside, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.



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Photograph and Text: Martin Melaugh
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  Information on photograph displayed above
  Title: Mural: Apprentice Boys of Derry (1)
  Location: Emerson Street, off Bond's Street, Waterside, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
  Description: A mural entitled "The Apprentice Boys of Derry" depicting the 'Apprentice boys' shutting the gates of the City Walls in Derry in 1688.
This is one of a number of murals painted by a group called 'Attitude Artwork'.
  Photographer: Martin Melaugh
  Date Taken: 21 July 2005
  Copyright: © CAIN A copy of the above image may be downloaded for private study or personal use. Anyone requiring a copy for commercial use, or use at a web site, should contact CAIN for further information.
  Technical Details: Canon EOS 10D Digital Camera
  Filename: DER05MURabod1r.jpg
  High Resolution Image: Higher resolution version available on request - contact CAIN for details.

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