In 1922 and 1923, 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 a century ago and takes new photographs showing how those settings have changed - or not.

This photo from the RTÉ Photographic Archive shows British noncommissioned officers (NCOs) queueing to view the body of Michael Collins lying in state in City Hall, Dublin, on 28 August 1922. Collins had been killed in County Cork six days earlier and his funeral would take place in the Pro-Cathedral before his burial in Glasnevin Cemetery.

Original image © RTÉ Photographic Archive