Talk:Henry Street, Dublin
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Pedestrianized "since the 1980s"?
Henry Street/Mary Street/Moore Street have been pedestrianized for far longer than that. I lived in Ireland from the mid-70s to early 80s and those streets were always pedestrianized. They were paved with asphalt and had normal raised sidewalks (footpaths) paved with flagstones, but they were most definitely closed to traffic. Please don't make Wikipedia a major stop on the disinformation superhighway so-called.
So Mary Street doesn't exist then...or at least you wouldn't have believed it reading this article. I've amended some of the more blatant errors, in the meantime, please familarise yourselves with the location of Mary Street here: . It runs from the junction of Henry Street and Liffey Street eastwards as far as Capel Street. The Jervis Centre is not and never was on Henry Street. Strictly speaking, neither for that matter is the Ilac Centre - one of the entrances is Mary Street and another is on a laneway off Henry Street between Debenhams and Dunnes.
- Anyone who thinks the article sounds like an ad ought to tag the article with the Advertisement tag or correct the errors by editing.
Article says that H&M is womens only but it has reverted back to Mens & Women. Maybe one of the normal editor of this page can amend. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 14:25, 1 December 2013 (UTC)