- Coming Soon:
If the Stones Could Speak is the second DVD in a series of films featuring buildings of heritage significance that have participated in Cork Heritage Open Day, it continues to explore the relationship between some of Cork’s most historic buildings and the people who use them. The first DVD If the Walls Could Talk was produced in 2013. For additional information click here.
- Histories of Oliver Plunkett Street and Shandon have been added.
- A history of theatre in Cork, 1972-1991, has been added.
- New higher definition maps for 1610 (Speed), 1759 (Rocque), 1789 (Murphy), 1801 (Beauford), 1832 (Holt), 1872 (Harper) and 1952 (Geographia) have been added.
- Goad Plans for 1926, 1929, 1932, 1935, 1947, 1950 and 1953 have been added.
- More historical directories have been added under the Places tab above.
- Reports, guides and catalogues from Cork trade exhibitions in 1852, 1883, 1902 and 1903 are now available in our History section.
- Some photographs taken in Cork city in 1922 after the National Army took over control of the city from Anti-Treaty forces are now available under our Cork Photographs section
- The RIA draft gazetteer of the changing names of Cork streets 1730-2013 is available in our Placenames section
- The locations of some Cork city lanes and alleys have been plotted on a custom Google map