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VIDEO: Who remembers the Traffic School in Clontarf?

Tuesday, 25th July, 2017 4:13pm
VIDEO: Who remembers the Traffic School in Clontarf?
VIDEO: Who remembers the Traffic School in Clontarf?

THIS rare video footage of Clontarf Traffic School in the 1970s will make your day.

We're sure this classic clip will send many of our readers on a nostalgic journey back in time. Some of you would only get the opportunity to glance at the Traffic School through the windows of a passing train. The lucky ones, however, would be brought there on their school tour or with the summer project.

There was alway a mad scramble for the cars, followed closely by the bicycles. Not surprisingly, nobody wanted to be a pedestrian!

We hope you enjoy this brilliant short video as much as we did..

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