Thomas Callaghan, 47 years, Roman Catholic, married, bus driver, from Londonderry, was the second member of the Ulster Defence Regiment, UDR, to be murdered by the Provisional IRA, 16th February 1972. Passengers on the bus he was driving were screaming as he was bundled away. His hooded body was later found at the junction of Foyle Road & Brook Street. 16th February 1972. 197202160132
Copyright Image from Victor Patterson, Belfast, UK
t: +44 28 9066 1296 (from Rep of Ireland 048 9066 1296)
m: +44 7802 353836
Please see my full Terms and Conditions of Use at https://www.images4media.com/p/terms-conditions - it is IMPORTANT that you familiarise yourself with them.
Images used online incur an additional cost. This cost should be agreed in writing in advance. Online images must be visibly watermarked i.e. © Victor Patterson or that of the named photographer within the body of the image. The original metadata must not be deleted from images used online.
This image is only available for the use of the download recipient i.e. television station, newspaper, magazine, book publisher, etc, and must not be passed on to a third party. It is also downloaded on condition that each and every usage is notified within 7 days to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The right of Victor Patterson (or the named photographer) to be identified as the author is asserted in accordance with The Copyright Designs And Patents Act (1988). All moral rights are asserted.
- Victor Patterson
- Image Size
- 2360x3043 / 962.7KB
troubles, n ireland troubles, linenhall, linen hall library, pacemaker, press, 132/72, Thomas Callaghan, 47 years, Roman Catholic, married, bus driver, Londonderry, second, member, Ulster Defence Regiment, UDR, murdered, Provisional IRA, 16th February 1972, Passengers, bus, driving, hooded, body, junction, Foyle Road, Brook Street, 197202160132, Victor, Patterson, Pacemaker, images4media
- Contained in galleries
- N Ireland Troubles, All Searchable Images