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A Directory of Murals - Album 59
by Dr Jonathan McCormick

Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2048
Location:
Ferris Park, Larne, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
thumbnail photo of mural"Larne UFF. In Loving Memory of Brig. John Gregg, Lt. Col. Rab Carson" and "King William III". Replaces murals No.1064 and No.1065 Album 32.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2049
Location:
Ferris Park, Larne, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Close-up of the mural No.2048 showing the Loyalist Prisoner’s Association, the UDA and UYM crests, wreaths of poppies and two bowed gunmen beside the UFF memorial to John Gregg and Rab Carson. Gregg was the UDA South East Antrim Brigadier and was shot as he returned from Glasgow with UDA man Rab Carson during the internal feuding between the UDA and ‘C’ Company following the expulsion of Johnny Adair. Gregg was jailed for the attempted killing of Gerry Adams in the 1980s.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2050
Location:
Ferris Park, Larne, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"King William III", part of mural No.2048 showing King Billy atop his white horse, crossing the Boyne. The crests of the Saltire and Ulster flags are shown.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2051
Location:
Wellington Green, Larne, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Landing of the Guns. Larne, 24th April 1914". The Clydevalley tied up at port, with a motor car containing UVF men ready to unload the guns. Packing crates are shown nearby. The UVF crest is shown.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2052
Location:
West Street, Ballycarry, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"1690" with the crown and the open bible. "King William III" and a memorial to John Gregg and Rab Carson.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2053
Location:
West Street, Ballycarry, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Close-up of mural No.2052 showing King William III in a red frock with sword raised, shields of the Saltire and Ulster, the thistle and an orange lily. Replaces mural No.1608 Album 46.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2054
Location:
West Street, Ballycarry, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
thumbnail photo of mural"Ballycarry. All Gave Some, Some Gave All" with two bowed gunmen silhouetted against the sunrise flanking a UFF emblem with the UDA and South-East Antrim UFF flags. "Brig. John Gregg" and "Lt. Col. Rab Carson". Replaces mural No.1609 Album 46.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2055
Location:
West Street, Ballycarry, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Close-up of King William III portrait from No.2052.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2056
Location:
Oakfield Drive, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Clenched red fist with two masked loyalist gunmen.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2057
Location:
Oakfield Drive, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"LPA", "UDA" and "UFF". The emblem of the Loyalist Prisoner’s association is shown with the red hand wrapped in barbed wire. The UDA emblem is accompanied by two rifles and the Ulster and Saltire crests. The UFF symbol is a clenched fist bursting through the wall.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2058
Location:
Oakfield Drive, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
thumbnail photo of mural"Ulster Freedom Fighters, Carrickfergus" showing Carrickfergus castle flying the Union Jack. The UFF emblem is flanked by a UYM and UDA flag. Two circular panels described below.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2059
Location:
Oakfield Drive, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"2001 Ulster Freedom Fighters". Close-up of circular panel from No.2058 showing a masked loyalist gunman aiming a rifle.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2060
Location:
Oakfield Drive, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"1970 Ulster Defence Association". Close-up of circular panel from No.2058 showing a loyalist figure with his face hidden by scarf and sunglasses.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2061
Location:
Off Duncairn Gardens, Belfast
Type:
Non-Aligned
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Star Boys" showing portraits of "Duzzle", "Paddy", "Baz", "Kev" and "Dindo". The five are featured next to a train bursting out of the computer screen.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2062
Location:
Shankill Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"30 Years of Indiscriminate Slaughter by So-Called Non-Sectarian Irish Freedom Fighters". Five paneled political mural stating "No Military Targets!, No Economic Targets!, No Legitimate Targets! Where are Our Inquiries? Where is our Truth? Where is our Justice?" Paintings of five bombings, three of which are detailed below. The bottom two panels show the devastation at the "Bayardo Bar, Bombed Aug 13th 1975, 5 Innocents Killed" and "Frizzells Fishshop, Bombed Oct 23rd 1993, 9 Innocents Killed".


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2063
Location:
Shankill Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
thumbnail photo of mural"Balmoral Showrooms, Bombed Dec 11th 1971, 2 Adults and 2 Babies Killed". Close-up of the central panel from mural No.2062 showing a body of a child being carried from the Balmoral Showrooms, whilst firemen, police and soldiers assist members of the public to hunt through the rubble.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2064
Location:
Shankill Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Four Step Inn, Bombed Sept 29th 1971, 2 Innocents Killed" with a woman and a boy and a pram staring at the damage.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2065
Location:
Shankill Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Mountainview Tavern, Bombed April 5th 1975, 5 Innocents Killed". Part of mural No.2062.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2066
Location:
Shankill Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Five floral tributes beside a plaque to the events painted in mural No.2062. "Shankill Atrocities. Four Step Inn 29/9/71. Alexander "Joker" Andrews, Ernie Bates. Balmoral Furniture Store 11/12/71. Colin Nicholl – aged 11 months, Hugh Bruce – (Commissionaire), Tracey Munn – aged 2 years, Harold King – Catholic Worker in Store. Mountainview Bar 5/4/75. Joseph Bell, William Andrews, Alan Madden, Albert H. Fletcher, Nathaniel Shaw Adams. Bayardo Bar 13/8/75. William John Gracey, Samuel Gunning, Joanne McDowell, Hugh Alexander Harris, Linda Boyle died in hospital from injuries sustained. Frizzells 23/10/93. John Desmond Frizzell, George Williamson, Gillain Williamson, Sharon McBride, Michael Minnie Morrison, Evelyn Baird, Michells Baird – aged 7 years, Leanne Murray – aged 13 years, Wilma McKee died in hospital from injuries sustained. We Will Always Remember Them. Donated by the Kinner Family".


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2067
Location:
Lanark Way, Belfast
Type:
Non-Aligned
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Welcome to 1st Shankill Northern Ireland Supporter’s Club. Estd 1980" with the Northern Ireland team badge against a dark green background.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2068
Location:
Castlereagh Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"We Forget Them Not" showing the LPA emblem and watchtowers of HMP Maze. Finished version of mural No.1400 Album 40.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2069
Location:
Castlereagh Road, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"UYM. Terrae Filius. Tomorrow Belongs to Us" with two bowed gunmen against a red background.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2070
Location:
Lord Street, Belfast
Type:
Non-Aligned
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Plans of Air Raid Shelter" next to a child appearing at the doorway of an air raid shelter. Barrage balloons fly overhead and the mural is ringed with poppies.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2071
Location:
Lord Street, Belfast
Type:
Non-Aligned
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Breaconsfield Arms" showing a black and white painting of the bar that used to stand on the corner of the street.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2072
Location:
Lord Street, Belfast
Type:
Non-Aligned
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Ledley Hall" showing a black and white painting of the hall.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2073
Location:
Cluan Place, Belfast
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
No Longer exists
Description:
"Welcome to Loyalist Cluan Place" showing the Union Jack and the Ulster Flag. An adjacent panel shows "Vince (PSNI) & Joe (IRA) Morecambe & Wise ‘Some Double Act’".


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2074
Location:
Roden Street, Belfast
Type:
Not Applicable
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Not Applicable
Description:
Red, white and blue kerbstones looking down towards the redevelopment of Roden Street following the demolition of the house which hosted the memorial mural to Brigadier John McMichael. See No 64, Album 2.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2075
Location:
Davys Street, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Simply The Best. UFF" with a red clenched fist on a sky blue background.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2076
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Carrickfergus. Ulster Young Militants. Terrae Filius".


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2077
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
thumbnail photo of muralClose-up of the main panel of No.2076. Two kneeling loyalist gunmen take aim with rifles. Carrickfergus castle is shown. The UYM symbol is flanked by the South East Antrim UDA flag "Glengormley, Whitewell, Ballymena, Antrim, C-Fergus, Whitehead, Greenisland, Larne" and the South East Antrim UFF flag "C-Fergus, Whitehead, Greenisland, Larne, Ballycarry, Rathcoole, Rathfern, Monkstown". Four shields of the four countries of the United Kingdom are shown.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2078
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"They rose in dark and evil days to free our native land". Side wall next to mural No.2076. UDA and UFF crest shown.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2079
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Close-up of South East Antrim UFF crest "S.E.A. U.F.F."


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2080
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
Close-up of the kneeling loyalist gunman from mural No.2076.


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2081
Location:
Woodburn, Carrickfergus, County Antrim
Type:
Unionist / Loyalist
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Still exists at location
Description:
"Woodburn UFF".


Album Number:
59
Mural Number:
2082
Location:
Lane beside Windsor Park Football Ground, Belfast
Type:
Not Applicable
Year:
March 2004
Status:
Not Applicable
Description:
Graffiti "Students Out!! V/AGE KAT". Abbreviations are for the Village area of South Belfast. KAT stands for Kill All Taigs (Catholics).

 


Description of Album Layout
Album Number:
Album number in Jonathan McCormick's personal photograph albums
Mural Number:
Photograph number in Jonathan McCormick's personal albums
Location:
Address where mural is located
Type:
  • Unionist / Loyalist
  • Nationalist / Republican
  • Other / non-aligned
  • not applicable
Year:
Year and month during which mural was visited and photographed
Status:
  • still exists at location:   mural conditon similar to when first photographed;
  • no longer exists:   mural painted over;
  • deteriorated:   mural has faded or is covered with graffiti;
  • not applicable:   photograph was not of a mural.
Description:
Basic description of the mural at the time of the photograph


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