Pottinger's Entry


Northern Ireland

"The Entries — The close-knit passageways where Belfast was born and bred." The Entries run from what was once the town's waterfront streets, between warehouse blocks, and down to the quayside that was destroyed by an intense German aerial assault in the Second World War. Along these passageways are found some of Belfast's old Victorian public houses, notably The Morningstar (Pottinger's Entry).

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  • Photograph and text by 2006 by Philip V. Allingham

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