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Photographs - Murals in Bond's Street, Waterside, Londonderry

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Photograph and Text: Martin Melaugh
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Thumbnail images of the murals just off Bond's Street, Waterside, Londonderry.
These murals were painted by a group called 'Attitude Artwork'. The group is made up of Dee Logan, Mark Logan, and Marty Edwards. In addition to these murals they have also painted murals in: Irish street, Nelson drive, Lincoln courts, Tullyally and the Fountain (all in Londonderry); as well as Ballymena, Coleraine, Moss Side and Antrim. They have also painted murals at the City of Derry Airport, and at an old school in Messines in Belguim to commemorate the dead of World War I.
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  Information on photograph displayed above
  Title: Murals: Thumbnail Images
  Location: Bond's Street, Waterside, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
  Description: Thumbnail images of the murals on Bond's Street, Waterside, Londonderry. Click on the thumbnail to see large image and to obtain more information on photograph.
  Photographer: Martin Melaugh
  Date Taken: 21 July 2005
  Copyright: © CAIN A copy of the above image(s) 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: DER05MUR*1t.jpg
  High Resolution Image: Higher resolution version available on request - contact CAIN for details.

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