In 1922, Ireland was once more a battlefield, as the Civil War saw conflict break out all over the country. In this interactive series, photographer David Cleary returns to locations captured on film back in 1922 and takes new photographs showing how those settings have changed - or not.

This week, David heads to Passage West, Cork, to visit the scene of a 1922 photo from the National Library of Ireland's Hogan collection, showing National Army soldiers on patrol. Apparently the patrols moved in an open formation because of snipers. Apart from the growth of trees and the quality of the road, the scene is remarkably unchanged in 2022. In fact, despite the fact the original photo details didn't name the street where it was taken, we were able to identify the exact location with the help of Google Street View.

Original image courtesy of the National Library of Ireland.