Ireland Drive

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Ireland Drive

East Boundwood [49,5]

wasteland Troake Road Nutt Avenue
(Lamport Hills)
Sparey Plaza Ireland Drive wasteland
(Lamport Hills)
Silwood Row Tidcombe Plaza the Parsons Hotel
(Lamport Hills)

Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

Ireland Drive is located in the eastern part of East Boundwood.

A St. Patrick's Day celebration. The houses were later demolished to create the Border.
Even the police are drunk, disorderly and horny on St. Patrick's Day

Ireland Drive, before the outbreak, was incredibly well known for being a popular location for the St. Patrick's Day celebrations on March 11. On this day, it would be the centre stage for the drunken rage-filled riot that would overflow East Boundwood in its entirety. The most famous rampage happened in 1976, where a huge number of drunken part goers turned violent when upper-class citizens of West Boundwood came dressed in red and pointed their noses up at the St. Patrick's Day celebrators. The confrontation turned ugly and 9 deaths were recorded in the wave of drunken violence. Police were on call but were also drunk, in typical St. Patrick's day fashion.

A well-known victim of this was Ferris Duncan, the branch manager of Nursey Bank, who died trying to defend his store from looters.
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