Waves cover Tramore Beach, Waterford
Rough sea as sandbags are put along to protect the walls at Sandymount in Dublin from Storm Christine.
The 1903 "Sunbeam" schooner, shifted by the storms in Ireland, will be preserved and moved back down the beach.
The calm after storm Christine sees Clontarf, County Dublin's, green promenade completely submerged.
Waves crashing again Dundalk Pier, County Louth
Storm Christine batters the coast in Galway.
Waves crash ashore at Lahinch, County Clare as second winter storm hammers Ireland.
A barrage of waves batter the coastal town of Lahinch, Co Clare.
Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
Archaeologist Michael Gibbons investigates the area on Omey Island where 6,000-year-old dwellings were revealed by storm damage.
High Tide Bray. The combination of a high tide and stormy weather causes the sea front in Bray County Wicklow to be flooded. Photo shows the prominade covered by the sea. Photo Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland
06/01/2014. Met Eireann has warned of further stormy weather, with flooding reported in counties Cork and Galway. It has upgraded its weather alert from its lowest level of yellow to orange, as severe gusts of up to 120km/h sweep across Ireland. Pictured rough see at south wall in Dublin. Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland
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