Douglas, Street Art – A Joey Dunlop portrait on the wall of the Rovers Return Pub, Church Street in Douglas.
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Bradddan Bridge House was purchased in June 2009, the former domestic property which stands overlooking the entrance to Braddan Bridge was converted by the Joey Dunlop Foundation to provide accommodation for less able people.
The Joey Dunlop Holiday Home was formally opened on Mad Sunday, 6th June 2010 by Linda Dunlop and accompanied by John McGuinness, also present were Joey’s children Julie, Donna, Ricky, Gary and Joanne.
The image was captured on my Nikon S3000 digital camera and cropped in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
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William Joseph ‘Joey’ Dunlop 1952 – 2000
This memorial to the 26-times TT winner, who died while racing in Estonia in July 2000, is situated at the former Murray’s Motorcycle Museum at the Bungalow on the Mountain section of the world famous TT Course – (click image for larger view).
The statue was donated by helmet manufacturer Arai and is a twin to the statue in Joey’s hometown of Ballamoney.