Donal Moloney writes:
Have you noticed how big and plentiful address numbers are around the city recently? Took a few snaps over the last few days. Dublin doin’ a New York?
Also: Name those SIX locations, anyone?
The third image with the rusty ONE is at junction of Grand Canal Street Lower and Grattan Street.
It wasn’t rusty when they installed it. Bit of a cock-up with the materials they used.
Weathered is the words theyll use. Rather than we made a balls up
What’re you on about? The rusty ONE looks great.
Not saying it doesn’t look great. It was originally a shiny metal. I doubt they intended for it to get all rusty.
I would be willing to put a large chunk of money on it being intentional.
The 5 is harcourt road. I know that because I can read the sign and because I saw it on from the cramped luas yesterday
Green line, ya big posho
Green’s not going to be posho for much longer-all the way to broombridge
the 5 is Adelaide Road.
There is also a giant number ‘1’ at the bottom of Military Road, near IMMA.
Eircom. Or whatever they’re called now. Maybe it’s still Eircom. I dunno.
I can do giant number 1s
They don’t quite make up for the vast number of buildings in Dublin with no number on them.
Yes and yes. Eir HQ, Military Rd was one of the first with this lark.
32 Molesworth Street.
There’s also a big two in the lavatory
it’s gone now… no, still there.
this is a good thing.
nothing more annoying than a place that does not display its address.