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Loyalist Murals 1980s
1981. The Fountain, Derry
King Billy crossing Boyne; Mounjoy breaks boom at siege of Derry, coats ofarms. ‘In God our trust. The relief of Derry 1689.’
1982. Bonds Street, Derry
Ulster flag and Union flag, crown, Red Hand.‘Ulster 1688 1690.’
1983. Rosewood Street, Belfast
King Billy crossing the Boyne, with Ulster and Union flags, '1690'
1984. Belair Street, Belfast
Armed loyalist with Ulster flag in front of map of Northern Ireland, emblems of
UDA and UVF, Union flag, underneath ‘DUP’ spelt out in election posters.
1985. Percy Place, Belfast
Armed loyalist, Ulster and UVF flags, UVF emblems. ‘This is loyalist West Belfast. Shankill. No surrender.’
1986. Craven Street, Belfast
UVF man in World War 1, UVF man in contemporary prison. ‘In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. 36th Ulster Division (UVF) RIR Western Front 1916.’
1987. Crumlin Road, Belfast
Armed loyalists, emblems of UDA, UFF, UDF, UYM, Union and St Andrews flags, crown.
1988. Shankill Road, Belfast
Apprentice Boys of Derry 'shutting the gages of Derry'; UDA, UFF, UDF and LPA emblems, crown. ‘WestBelfast BGE, UDA C Company. First Ulster Defence Association 1688. Shutting the gates of Derry.’
1989. Redcliffe Street, Belfast
UDA emblem, Ulster and UDA flags
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