Photos Special... Operation Motorman victims remembered

Commemorations to mark the 50th anniversaries of the deaths of Derry teenagers, Daniel Hegarty and Seamus Bradley, who were killed by the British Army during Operation Motorman on July 31, 1972, took place in the city at the weekend. Our photographer took these photos at the memorial events.

Rosemary Doherty addressing Sunday's event at Creggan Heights in memory of Daniel Hegarty. On left is Rev. Joe Gormley, PP of St Mary's Church, Creggan. DER2231GS – 030
Rosemary Doherty addressing Sunday's event at Creggan Heights in memory of Daniel Hegarty. On left is Rev. Joe Gormley, PP of St Mary's Church, Creggan. DER2231GS – 030
Karen Barr addresses the crowd who attended the unveiling of a plaque in memory of Daniel Hegarty at Creggan Heights. DER2231GS – 031
Father Joe Gormley, St Mary's Church, Creggan with family and friends of Daniel Hegarty at the unveiling of a plaque at Creggan Heights on Sunday. DER2231GS – 032
A section of the crowd which attended a commemorative event to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Seamus Bradley. DER2231GS – 026
Etta D'Arcy, on right, sister of Seamus Bradley, pictured at Sunday's commemoration in Creggan. DER2231GS – 028
Richie Harkin addresses the commemoration for Seamus Bradley on Sunday. DER2231GS – 029
Danny Bradley speaking at the republican monument in Creggan during a memorial event to commemorate his brother, Seamus, who was killed by British soldiers during Operation Motorman in July 1972. DER2231GS – 027