Clearing Up Storm Doris Damage in Shankill & Bray
It was a bit fresh early this morning as Storm Doris passed over Dublin so I headed into Dun Laoghaire hoping to get some surf shots - but there was not enough north in the wind direction for crashing waves on the seafront that I was hoping for. I'd no sooner arrived than I heard on the radio that there were trees down in my home village of Shankill so I headed straight back to get the first series of shots below near Crinken Church on the road from Shankill to Bray. Two of these were picked by RTE News here, while a phone shot was used by The Journal, here.
I then heard from the Dublin Bus guy at Crinken of tree down in Quinsborough Road so I headed down there for a the second series of shots.
Clear up of fallen trees at Crinken Church in Shankill
Clear up of fallen trees and power lines on Quinsborough Road in Bray
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