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 the banks of the Lee, where in 1922 a group of soldiers posed for a casual photograph in front of what is now the Crawford College of Art and Design. That building is unchanged in 2022, as are the spires of St Fin Barre's cathedral and the South Gate Bridge, but now a new pedestrian bridge crosses the river where the soldiers stood a hundred years ago.

Original image courtesy of the National Library of Ireland.