Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
I hope it attracts some more customers.
Curiosas imágenes..un saludo desde Murcia.....
We are huge Laurel & Hardy fans & watch their antics with our kids! Such a fun find & clever way to draw attention to the business.
I remember them very well, I also looked at their movies as a child.
I watched them too when I was a kid. They were hilarious!
...such dapper fellows.
They must wheel them out of the laundrette in the morning and wheel them back in again at night.
They're a funny pair.. then and now 😀
A comical pair to see and attract people to the place
A funny pair.
How fun! They brought back some memories for me too. My grandfather enjoyed watching them too.
Hi Bill.They look nice those two.Was really at that time super fun to see.Groettie from Patricia.
Great memory of your gran and icons of that time!
These are great, Bill! Wonderful photos and great memories here! Thank you so much for sharing.
Cute!!!Who would have thought to see them there...
They used to play them on TV when I was a kid! So funny!
My dad used to talk about Laurel and Hardy. Thanks for reminding me!
I always love these guys. And it's nice to see them also in signs.
They were funny pair...Please visit: https://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com/
And I saw a Charlie Chaplin statue down in Waterville, Ireland back in May.
A handsome pair!
Very unusual. I wonder why the owner chose to station Laurel and Hardy there.
They were hilarious!
Were they Irish? I've never really watched anything from them...
I don't believe they were Irish but they could have Irish ancestors. Stan was an Englishman born in Cumbria, England and Oliver was born in Georgia.
Always fun to go down Memory Lane. They were very popular in the US when I was a kid.
Just love this post Bill, super photo's.All the best Jan