A test tram passes the Red Cow Inn in August 2004
You wait around for ages…
O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
The first cross city Luas.
Stephen Hanlon writes:
Wasn’t this much fuss when Obama and [British] Queen Liz came to town!
Middle pic from left: Minister for Transport Shane Ross, Taoiseach Leo Vardkar, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on the first Luas to traverse Dublin city.
Big day out.
Pics Rollingnews and Leo Varadkar
Name that model, anyone?
Green Weds Red.
For the weekend that’s in it.
Fergus Keane, of FRO Films, writes:
The Green and Red Luas lines are being joined tomorrow afternoon, and a few actors in Dublin came together to mark this holy matrimony…
Cheeverstown, Dublin 24
Two passengers were injured during a collission between a truck and a Luas between 6-6.30. There is currently no tram service from Belgard and Saggart.
Two passengers injured in Luas collision with truck (RTÉ)
Pics: Rollingnews, RTÉ
Father Mathew bridge, Dublin 2
John Gallen writes:
..some lad in a van to stubborn to move on… Expletives ensue… Not the best start for a Friday :)
O Connell Bridge
Finishing off the Luas cross city connection. Taken from the 10th Floor of O Connell Bridge House, D’Olier Street, Dublin 2 (Heineken Building).
Soon we will all walk those lines.
The junction of Queen Street and Benburb Street, Dublin.
Pics RTÉ and Dublin Fire Brigade
[Scene of a crash on the Luas Red Line at the Jervis stop in January 2013]
Breaking News reports:
“…the Red Line saw 34 collisions last year compared with only four on the Green Line. The Abbey Street and Jervis Street junction has been the location of 11 accidents involving cars and trams over the past decade.”
Luas planning safety campaign (Breaking News)