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commi051. Joey arrives on his Yamaha with Bernie riding pillion. Facing the junction of King Street North and Smithfield on Red Cow Lane.
commi052. The lock-up's doors are opened to reveal . . . the Mister Chippy van. Red Cow Lane.
commi052n. This is another guesstimate based on the approx location of the garage. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi053. With the band on board, the fish & chip van is driven through the streets. The corner of Smithfield and King Street North from Red Cow Lane in Dublin 7 with the former St. Paul’s church in the right distance.
commi053n. At least the pub remains but under a different name. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi054. Joey and Bernie follow on the motorbike. Looking south along Smithfield with the chimney of Jameson’s Distillery to the extreme left.
commi054n. Reassuring to see the home of the next bottle of malt. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi055. The van is brought to a halt. King Street North with the entrance of Red Cow Lane to the left of centre.
commi055n. Is that an ex-public house? (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi056. While the van is at a stand a Man (Paddy O'Connor) asks for rock salmon but is told they only have soul. The background is formed by buildings on Smithfield which have been demolished and replaced.
commi056n. The pub would appear to have lost some of its local clientele. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi057. With the girls singing, Jimmy drives away. Looking west along King Street North from Smithfield.
commi057n. It is unusual to see less traffic. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 30-10-2017)
commi058. Another evening, another show. The former Top Hat Ballroom which was almost opposite De Vesci Terrace on Cumberland Street in Monkstown, Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin.
commi058n. Mark was not convinced that he had the correct location but the locals assured him that this was the location of the Top Hat Ballroom.....let us hope that it was not a load of Blarney! (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 16-06-2017)
commi059. Duffy (Liam Carney) arrives, expecting payment for the equipment. Facing east on Cumberland Street in Dún Laoghaire, part of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown since 1994.
commi059n. The house at the end looks correct. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 16-06-2017)
commi060. After Wilson Pickett adds Ireland to his European Tour, Jimmy waits for Joey outside the Westley Hotel. In reality, this is Mansion House on Dawson Street, Dublin 2.