A scene from Sundays reenactment battle between the IRA and the Black and Tans part of the Elizabeth Fort Barrack Street, Cork Sunday Market.
Members of the North Cork Militia 1798 (Redcoats) reenactment group open fire during a skirmish with the 88th Connaught Rangers at the Elizabeth Fort Sunday Market in Cork
Billy macGill and Keith Duffy.
Billy macGill and FG Leader Enda Kenny.
Pete Doherty and Billy macGill.
Minister of state at the department of Tourism Martin Manseragh photographed with Billy macGill press officer Elizabeth Fort Heritage, when he paid a visit to Elizabeth Fort Barracks Street, Cork yesterday with City Councillors and OPW personnel. A series of Sunday market days has just concluded at the Fort and talks are in progress to open the battlements to the public on certain days in conjunction with Cork City Council and the OPW. Photo; K. Aherne
Photographed at the unveiling of the reproduction painting of Bishop Peter Brown Bishop of Cork and Ross 1710 - 1735 at the Bishopstown library Cork yesterday were from left, David O'Brien Exec. Librarian Bishopstown Branch, Dick Henchion (Historian), Bishop Paul Colton Bishop of Cork and Ross, Cllr. Brian Bermingham Lord Mayor of Cork, Billy macGill who reproduced the painting and Liam Ronayne Cork City Librarian. Photo Philip Daly
Ian Paisley and Billy macGill
Billy macGill nephew of Patrick macGill photographed at the Patrick macGill Summer School at Glenties, Donegal with Fine Gael Party Leader Enda Kenny. Photo macGills
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers and his Golden Globe.
Pat O'Brien Incoming President Cork Lions Club presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to photographer Billy macGill at the AGM at Guinness House, Cork. Photo Brian Daly