THE WALL

“The Wall” is a wall overlooking the N11 dual carriage way between Bray and Greystones in Glen of the Downs, Co.Wicklow, Ireland, visible coming south. In the past referred by some as the “IRA Wall” due to the nature of the slogans, particular in its early days. As a kid (80s-90s) the graffiti was updated more often and was more political, with much of todays being about austerity and local topics. Even today as the car turns the bend in to seeing the hill I always look up to see if its been updated.

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    “The Wall” is a wall overlooking the N11 dual carriage way between Bray and Greystones in Glen of the Downs, Co.Wick...
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