PHOTOS: More Great Images Of The Past Captured In ‘Through The Lens’

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John Cleary

Well-known photographer John Cleary’s book, ‘Through The Lens’, is a treasure trove of memories for the people of Tralee and Kerry.

Over the past couple of weeks we’ve brought you images from the book – which covers events from the 1970s – where you might see some familiar faces. Here’s some more…

December 1973 finds Tralee boys outside Baily’s corner Tralee, where the pressure of water blew the manhole cover skyhigh during the flood, result of the heavy rain can be seen on the photograph due to the rain drops on the lens. LtoR. John McMahon, Jimmy Stack, Dan Healy, and Billy Brosnan.

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Listowel Players. Comedy “Its a Two-Foot-Six inches-Above The Ground World.” LtoR. Frank Pierce, Padraic Kelly, Nora Relihan, and Conor Keane, back left Sylvie McElligott, Elizabeth Chute, and John McAuliffe, in a scene from Listowers Players Production.

Moyvane Athletic Club pictured in the 70’s

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A Kerry Team pictured in  Austin Stack Park. Front; John Egan, Mikey Sheehy, Paudie Lynch, Jimmy Deenihan, Paidi O’Se, and Diarmuid O’Donoghue. back Jack O’Shea, Vincent O’Connor, Pat Spillane, Tim Kennelly, Charlie Nelligan, John O’Keeffe, Eoin ‘Bomber’ Liston, and Ger Power.

Kerry Garda Division Tralee, pictured on the occasion of a visit by A/Commissioner Martin McQuinn as Regional Commissioner for the Southern Region to the Kerry Division. LtoR. Row 1 Sgt. Noel Power, Insp. Michael Finn, Insp. Barry O’Rourke, A/Comm Martin McQuinn, C/Supt Fred Garvey, and Sgt. jim O’Connor. Row 2. Garda David Rath, Garda Ursula Bestible, Garda Pat Joyce, Garda John Clohessey, Garda Leo Randles, Garda Pat Crowe, Garda Tadgh Cronin, Garda Nora Maher, and Garda Gary Frehill. Row 3. Garda Padraig Collins, Garda Derry Sheehen, Garda Brien Duffy, Garda Paudie Murphy, Garda Frank Quaid, Garda John McHugh, Garda Pat Kennelly, and Garda Mick Walsh.

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We’ll have more great images from the book next week. The book, priced €20 is currently on sale in O’Mahony’s Bookshop or from John Cleary on 087-2518012.

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