Scene of 3 Oct 1975 explosion at business premises on the Albertbridge Road, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, owned by John McKeague, a prominent loyalist activist. A 57 year old Roman Catholic mother of eight, Mrs Alice McGuinness, died in the blast. Ironically Mrs McGuinness, of Bryson Street, in the nearby staunchly republican Short Strand area was a shopper at Mr McKeague's printing and stationery business. Mr McKeague's sister, Mrs Jean Moore, was injured in the explosion. Mr McKeague's mother,...more »
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