The alarm bells started ringing as the large convoy of arctic trucks began to edge its way across Michael Davitt Bridge and onto Achill Island, off the coast of Co Mayo.
There were at least 20 trucks on that November day in 2011, each carrying three of the 60 concrete pieces which would be used to create Achillhenge.
The organiser was developer Joe McNamara, who had come to national prominence for parking a cement mixing truck with the...
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