Fire in Cork (II) – R&H Hall on fire

People are landing on this site for pics of today’s fire in Cork.

Have a look at Despod’s photos and also this one of a tug. Donncha also has photos. Julian has photos too.

I got these pics via someone in Apple. I don’t know your name but will give attribution when I get your details.

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Updated again. Another picture.
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Update: The humour has started: Suspected Terror Attack in Cork

The photoshopping has started

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7 Responses to “Fire in Cork (II) – R&H Hall on fire”

  1. [...] Sept 19th Update. For today’s fire go here. [...]

  2. James says:

    I blame Irish Broadband.

  3. Does Irish broadband have one of their transmitters on top of the R&H building? From what I can remember there are a number of masts on top of the building….

  4. ryan says:

    I was just thinking the same.. wonder how much wireless kit has gone up in smoke / how many customers are down because of this fire. I’d imagine IBB’s kit was on the cheap end of the spectrum compared to some of the stuff that was on top of that building.

  5. hugo says:

    i need to find these threadless tshirts, or more importantly…where i can buy/order/steal some, fescannine@hotmail s where ul find me! hit me back!!

    please!

  6. Des says:

    Thanks for the link !

    The other R&H Hall building (on the right in the photoshopped pic above) has most of the masts I think.

  7. [...] The blogger in question, Damien Mulley, posted a short while later about the new fire, noting that “People are landing on this site for pics of today’s fire in Cork.” Sure enough I searched his archives and found the post about the original fire which had since been updated to say “Sept 19th Update. For today’s fire go here.“ [...]

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