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  • 19-05-2021 8:43pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 313 ✭✭


    I used to see this sign outside a town on my way from Gort to Dublin as a child in the mid/late 90's. It was the best sign of all time. Where the hell was it again? I was but a child, unaware of my surroundings.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 49 SteveSilverhead


    Shoelaces wrote: »
    I used to see this sign outside a town on my way from Gort to Dublin as a child in the mid/late 90's. It was the best sign of all time. Where the hell was it again? I was but a child, unaware of my surroundings.

    Would it have been Kilreekil, sometimes spelled "Kilrickle" on their signs at the time? Fine signs they were too.

    If I remember correctly, that campaign was going on when I moved to Galway from Dublin in 2002. Suppose it could have been going on for a few years though!


  • Registered Users Posts: 800 ✭✭✭Boardnashea


    I would say it was around Cappytaggle, a little nearer to Ballinasloe.


  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]


    IIRC, the dump went in. Womp womp.


  • Registered Users Posts: 27 Cpxxc


    Well the sign seems to have succeeded. Great that signs have such a powerful influence.

    I hope the Ukrainians, have lots of 'Russians go home' go home signs.

    If only.



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