Once upon a time you could drive down Dublin’s Grafton Street, but that was before they pedestrianised it in the mid 1980’s.
Today you will only see Garda cars and security cash vans driving on Grafton Street and early weekday mornings you’ll see delivery vans and waste collection vehicles.
Here is a nice piece short film of doing just that – Driving down Grafton Street (in a Mini Moke on September 4, 1976) and around Dublin City Centre.
Thanks to Max McQuillan’s sons for sharing this on YouTube, who’s father captured this footage. The route begins at the top of Grafton Street, goes down Suffolk Street and College Green (in front of the under-construction Central Bank), then down Westmoreland Street, over O’Connell Bridge and down O’Connell Street.