26 thoughts on “Luas Works

  1. Jimmee

    Wow this is amazing. And I was in Paris last month and they had taxis like you’d see in Dublin too. What an incredible world we live in.

    1. Odis

      I was in Blackpool, UK, a couple of years ago. And I’m pleased to say that their trams are old fashioned, outdated relics, from some bygone age, compared to ours.

          1. Mick Flavin

            I gave up the Tilsley fanfic when it became too mainstream. I stick to 1991-era Rovers Return LARPing. I fill a Bet Lynch outfit better than you’d think.

          2. bertie blenkinsop

            You should have a listen to Betty Driver’s Desert Island Discs show.

            No, really.

            Fascinating lady, with a really tough life.

  2. Slightly Bemused

    I have to admit I found it amusing. And when I travel I am often amused by such similarities to things known here. Can you not let your inner kid out and think what it would be like to go onto the platform at Smithfield, tag on with your leap card, and get off in Rabbat to visit the casbah?

    In any case its the Citadis tram, not so much Veolia, that is similar. Also used in Barcelona, Bordeaux, Adelaide.

  3. Cian

    The trams were bought and are owned by the RPA before any operator context existed.

    The Amsterdam metro has LHB cars almost identical to the older DARTs, it’s as likely to happen as someone having the same shirt as you really

  4. phil

    It’s al-rabat, الرباط but as R (ra) is a sun letter, the L (lam) in the definite article “Al” is elided and the sun letter is doubled, giving the pronunciation arrabat

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