Talbot Street (Irish: Sráid Thalbóid) is a city-centre street located on Dublin's Northside and is one of the principal shopping streets of Dublin, running from Connolly station and the IFSC at Amiens Street in the east to Marlborough Street in the west. The street is named after Charles Chetwynd, 3rd Earl of Talbot, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1817-21. One of the street's most famous residents was Alfie Byrne, ten times Lord Mayor of Dublin. He was a publican by trade and purchased The Vernon Bar in Talbot Street in 1912, having served his apprenticeship at Cosgrave's, 1-2 Chancery Place.
Latitude: 53° 21' 1.79" N
Longitude: -6° 15' 8.40" W
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