Galleries - National Museum of Ireland
British regiment soldiers seated outside Yeates & Son’s Opticians, corner of Grafton Street, after the surrender.
Irish rebel prisoners being escorted by British regiment soldiers past Heuston Station.
An armoured car, made in Dublin by the British army from a boiler obtained from the Guinness Brewery.
The Four Courts, with barricades of books made by the rebels visible in the windows.
Civilians queue for permits to travel though Dublin at the Great Brunswick (Pearse) Street Dublin Metropolitan Police Station.
The ruins of North Earl Street, looking onto O’Connell Street.
Crowds on Westmoreland Street begin to notice the chaos of the police baton charge on the memorial procession for the executed leaders, June 18th 1916.
This gallery is a selection of photographs, taken in the days after the Rising in Dublin, from the Smith 1916 Rising Photograph Album, National Museum of Ireland.
The National Museum of Ireland will launch their new 1916 Rising exhibition in March 2016.