More Guinness Convoys Ahoy



Via Dublin City Council

Carlisle Pier, Dun Laoghaire (above), last week prior to the first convoy of stout/ lager/whateveryerhavinyerself storage containers to St James’s Gate, Dublin.

Pic by Gerard Kiernan

19 thoughts on “More Guinness Convoys Ahoy

    1. Thomas H

      They wouldn’t fit under the train line on the quays so they have to go over it on the way from Dun Laoghaire.

  1. Diabhal

    Guinness has, in my own personal experience, an intimate relationship with Abnormal Load Movements.

    1. Murtles

      It takes 8 hours to get from Dun Laoghaire to St James Gate. Give people exact dates and times of 1 million slow moving pints and they’ll be out with straws trying to siphon it off. Hence the 2 Garda Cars and 5 Garda Motorbikes (who I hop Guinness are paying for).

  2. The Other Fella

    Why are the roads blocked out when it’s info put out to inform the public of traffic disruptions?

  3. whyioughta

    I have abnormal loads after moving lots of guinness too. And there really should be a Garda escort for them – or crime scene tape.

  4. Tampicopilot

    So, a contraflow on South Leinster Street, but not Lower Grafton Street? That’ll be interesting. Good luck getting them yokes round the corner of Trinity with taxis coming off the rank in the opposite direction.

      1. Jonjo

        Oh, and the contra flow is in place for the few roads named Leinster Street South, Nassau Street, Grafton Street Lower and College Green.

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