1994: Looking back through the picture archive

Delving into the archives to bring a selection of images from 1994 in Northern Ireland

Thursday, 21st May 2020, 4:33 pm
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST
12-8-1994
1128/94
Army foot and mobile patrol. Stock pictures with murals etc around Twinbrook and Anderstontown.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 12-8-1994 1128/94 Army foot and mobile patrol. Stock pictures with murals etc around Twinbrook and Anderstontown.

Showing the highs and lows and events that shaped our lives.

PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 4/11/1994 1059/94 Kenneth Branagh at the MGM cinema at the charity premiere of Frankenstein.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 29/7/1994 1073/94 IRA attack on a joint RUC/Army base in Newry. 29 people injured.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 12/10/1994 1087/94 Billy Bingham testimonial at Windsor Park. Northern Ireland vs. Newcastle.
PACEMAKER BELFAST ARCHIVE 28/10/1994 Peace Forum at Dublin Castle irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds and leaders of the Northern Ireland parties apart from the Unionists. 1049/94/WC
PACEMAKER BELFAST ARCHIVE 28/10/1994 Peace Forum at Dublin Castle irish Prime Minister Albert Reynolds and leaders of the Northern Ireland parties apart from the Unionists. 1049/94/WC
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST December 1994 1337/94 Christmas shoppers, Belfast, 1994.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 23/6/1994 1391/94 Princess Diana visiting soldiers in Enniskillen.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 23/6/1994 1391/94 Princess Diana visiting soldiers in Enniskillen.
PACEMAKER PRESS 23/8/1994 549/94 Pictures of Daniel O'Donnell and his sister Margo.
PACEMAKER PRESS 10/10/1994 829/94 Trade Union officials at Gallhers tobacco factory, Ballymena, pictured with North Antrim MP, Dr Ian Paisley, at their annual pre-budget meeting with NIO officials at Stormont Castle today. Included are John Wilson, Rodney Stewart, Pat McCallion, Erwin Armstrong and Liam McLean.
PACEMAKER PRESS 21/10/1994 850/94 The Prime Minister, John Major, making his speech in the Belfast Europa Hotel today, where he announced intentions to talk with Sinn Fein, remove exclusion orders against its leaders, and reopen border roads.
PACEMAKER PRESS 13/10/1994 694/94 Former UVF leader Gusty Spence (right), William Smith, UDP spokesman and Gary McMichael, Loyalist councillor, pictured announcing details regarding the Loyalist ceasefire.
PACEMAKER PRESS 7/6/1994 375/94 The 15 coffins of those killed in a Chinook crash on the Mull of Kintyre last week. Senior RUC and MI5 present.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 1494/94 13/10/1994 Soldiers on the Shankill Road, Belfast on the day of the Loyalist Ceasefire.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 14/8/1994 1497/94 Sinn Fein march to Belfast City Hall re. 25th anniversary of troops in Ulster. Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness pictured.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST November 1994 1514/94 Jack Charlton, Republic of Ireland manager.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 16/11/1994 1531/94 Northern Ireland vs. Republic of Ireland. 0-4. Banner in 10,000 strong crowd reads †̃No ceasefire in Windsor Parkâ€TM.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 1/1/1994 1460/94 New Year's Day fire bomb attack - B&Q depot, Newtownabbey and Crazy Prices, Dunmurry.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 3/4/1994 1409/94 IRA man addresses Easter Parade in Crossmaglen.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 13/8/1994 1413/94 Apprentice Boys parade, Londonderry on 25th anniversary of troops in Ulster.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 13/8/1994 1413/94 Apprentice Boys parade, Londonderry on 25th anniversary of troops in Ulster.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 3/11/1994 1415/94 Loyalist leaders Gary McMichael and David Ervine pictured at their press conference at a Belfast hotel this morning to discuss with the press the details of their American trip and their meeting with Irish President Mary Robinson.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 31/6/1994 1428/94 First edition of Belfast Telegraph with headline 'It's over' in Royal Avenue, Belfast.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 22/12/1994 1444/94 Belfast at Christmas.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 17/8/1994 1448/94 Remains of the Grove Tavern bar on the York Road, Belfast, after a terrorist bomb wrecked it shortly after lunchtime this afternoon. No one was injured in the attack.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 16/12/1994 1454/94 Tony Blair, Labour Leader, at Westwood Centre, Kennedy Way, West Belfast, with Joe Hendron. Also on Shankill Road with Cecil Walker, MP, and Jim Rodgers, Councillor.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST November 1994 1473/94 Massive Orange Parade at Botanic Gardens in Belfast. Reverend Martin Smyth addressing crowd.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST November 1994 1473/94 Massive Orange Parade at Botanic Gardens in Belfast. Reverend Martin Smyth addressing crowd.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 1994 1423/94 Chris Eubank v Ray Close at the King's Hall, Belfast.
PACEMAKER PRESS BELFAST 31/12/1994 1455/94 Street party on Lanark Way on New Year's Eve. Protestants from Shankill with Catholics from Falls. Includes 83 year old Mary Moran, Shankill and Lily Marken, Falls.
PACEMAKER PRESS 7/5/1994 532/94 Bass Irish Cup Final 1994, Linfield vs Bangor. 2-0