Waterford-Newfoundland 1670-1810 Thousands of migrants sailed annually from here to work on the Grand Banks cod fishery off Newfoundland

Bailey New St./The Quay, Waterford, Ireland

Site of St. Patrick's Gate since the early 15th century one of the chief gateways to the medieval city

Patrick St, Waterford, Ireland

John Horn Shipbuilder 1814-1895 His talent and innovation here at Neptune Shipyard promoted Waterford to a leading centre of iron shipbuilding in the 1850s and 1860s.

Marina Hotel, Canada St, Waterford, Ireland

John J Hearne 1893-1969 Architect of 1937 Irish constitution & 1st Irish ambassador to USA 1950-1960 was born here

8 William St, Waterford, Ireland

William Hobson 1793-1842 Naval officer and first Governor of New Zealand was born here

Lombard St, Waterford, Ireland

Edmund Ignatius Rice 1762-1844 Founder of the Irish Christian Brothers lived here

Arundel Lane, Waterford, Ireland

In 1900 William F. Peare established Ireland's first motor garage in this building

Catherine St, Waterford, Ireland

Site of Colbeck Gate early 13th century provided access to St. Catherine's Abbey outside the City walls

Colbeck St, Waterford, Ireland

Raymond T. Chandler crime writer 1888-1959 creator of fictional detective Philip Marlowe resided with his uncle in this house in his childhood

Peter St, Waterford, Ireland

Annie Brophy 1899-1986 celebrated photographic artist and social historian lived and had her studio here

Barker St, Waterford, Ireland

The remains of a 15th century town house given by Mayor James Rice to the Dean of Waterford on 4th April 1466

High St, Waterford, Ireland

Stephen de Fulburn Bishop of Waterford 1274-1286 Justiciar & Treasurer of Ireland lived here

Bailey New St/Cathedral Sq, Waterford, Ireland

Private John Condon 6322 boy soldier Royal Irish Regiment K.I.A. 24 May 1915 lived in Wheelbarrow Lane on this site

Wellington St, Waterford, Ireland

William Vincent Wallace 1812-1865 Operatic composer lived here

Colbeck Street/Corner of Lady Lane, Waterford, Ireland

Clyde Shipping Company 1856-1986 From this quay Clyde ships plied regularly to the ports of Glasgow, Liverpool, Bristol, Plymouth and London

Keyser St, Waterford, Ireland

Remains of a fine Elizabethan merchant house located beside the Great Quay Gate used as a money exchange in 1650

Exchange St, Waterford, Ireland

Bastion Built over a tributary of St. John's river in the 16th century to protect the bridge and St. John's Gate

John Street, Waterford, Ireland

Seán Dunne 1956-1995 Poet, journalist and author of In My Father's House lived here

St. John's Park, Waterford, Ireland

Francis Hearne Duncarvan United Irishman was hanged on the old Waterford wooden bridge 21 Oct 1799 for his part in the 1798 rebellion

Days Hotel, The Quay, Waterford, Ireland

Glass House Lane. George and William Penrose produced Waterford Glass on this site in the late 18th century

Glass House Lane, Waterford, Ireland

Peter O'Connor 1872-1957 Olympic Champion, long jump world record holder 1901-1921 and Irish Nationalist practised law here

23 O’Connell St, Waterford, Ireland

Thomas Hussey [full inscription unknown]

Barronstrand St, Waterford, Ireland

Turgesius Tower c 1000 AD built by the Vikings stood on this site

AIB, The Quay, Waterford, Ireland

John Roberts 1714-1796 Georgian architect of the City Hall and both Waterford's cathedrals lived here

Cathedral Square, Waterford, Ireland

The Central Technical Institute [full inscription unknown]

Parnell St, Waterford, Ireland

Malcomson's Shipping Office 1833-1877. Malcomson's were the largest steamship owners in the world in the 1860s and operated from here

Adelphi Square, Waterford, Ireland

Mail Packet Steamers provided a service from this quay to Milford and later Fishguard carrying passengers, livestock and mail daily

Adelphi Quay Apts, Waterford, Ireland

Waterford Steamship Co. 1826-1912 brought early steamship communication to the port with regular Liverpool, Bristol and river estuary services

Tower Hotel, Waterford, Ireland

Richard Mulcahy 1886- [full inscription unknown]

Manor St, Waterford, Ireland

the Presentation Sisters [full inscription unknown]

Jenkins Lane, Waterford, Ireland

Capt. W. M. Hobson RN first Governor of New Zealand and founder of the city of Auckland was baptised in this church in 1792

St Patricks United Church, Patrick Street, Waterford, Ireland

White's [full inscription unknown]

Ferrybank, Waterford, Ireland

A bastion of the Elizabethan St. Patrick's Fort known also as The Citadel it withstood Cromwell's siege in 1649

Stoney Steps, Waterford, Ireland

Geoffrey of Waterford c1266 Dominican scholar of Arabic Greek & Latin lived here

Conduit Lane, Waterford, Ireland

In this house Thomas Francis Meagher Young Ireland orator and American Civil War hero was arrested 12 July 1848

19 The Mall, Waterford, Ireland

King Richard II of England 1377-1399 landed at this quay in 1394 at the head of the largest armada ever to sail into an Irish port

Jordans Pub, 123 The Quay, Waterford, Ireland

Site of Neptune Shipyard 1843-1886 Here 40 iron steam ships were built, five of them large ocean liners for Malcomsons of Waterford

Marina Hotel, Canada St, Waterford, Ireland

Wolfe Tone Club the Irish tricolour was flown here for the first time on March 7th 1848 by Thomas Francis Meagher

33 The Mall, Waterford, Ireland

John Keane 1917-1975 famed hurler centre half-back on Mount Sion, Waterford, Munster, Centenary and Millennium teams was born here

80 Barrack Street, Waterford, Ireland

Thomas Hussey, Bishop of Waterford & Lismore 1794-1803 diplomat and first president of Maynooth is buried in these cathedral grounds

The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Without), Barronstrand Street, Waterford, Ireland

Frederick Douglass American abolitionist, social reformer and statesman spoke in City Hall 9th Oct. 1845

City Hall, The Mall, Waterford, Ireland

Six Collins brothers lived here in the Balteen. All fought in WW1 1914-1918 four were killed, one wounded

Phillip Street, Waterford, Ireland