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3012-D901.jpg (154900 bytes)

Luas Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class)

Luas 3012, a Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class) vehicle, stands at Dublin Connolly with a service to Tallaght on Sat 16th July 2005 at 06:57.

Photo: Ross Aitken (aos@blueyonder.co.uk)
Website: http://laidbach901.fotopic.net



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Luas Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class)

Luas 3017, a Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class) vehicle, stands at Dublin Connolly on Sat 16th July 2005 at 07:07.

Photo: Ross Aitken (aos@blueyonder.co.uk)
Website: http://laidbach901.fotopic.net



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Luas Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class)

Luas 3017 & 3016, two Citadis 301 LRV (3000-Class) vehicles, stand at Dublin Connolly on Sat 16th July 2005 at 07:12.

Photo: Ross Aitken (aos@blueyonder.co.uk)
Website: http://laidbach901.fotopic.net



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"Beechwood / Bóthar Choill na Feá" LUAS station

Bilingual sign for the Beechwood station of the green line of LUAS. The Irish name is Bóthar Choill na Feá.

The next stop on the way to Sandyford is Cowper.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



Beechwood_29072004_02.jpg (27183 bytes)

"Beechwood / Bóthar Choill na Feá" LUAS station

View of the northbound platform at Beechwood / Bóthar Choill na Feá.

The next stop on the way to Sandyford is Cowper.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



Charlemont_29072004_01.jpg (27250 bytes)

Approaching "Charlemont" LUAS station

Arriving on the LUAS green line from St. Stephens Green at Charlemont, having left Harcourt.

The next stop on the way to Sandyford is Charlemont.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Approaching "Charlemont" LUAS station

Arriving on the LUAS green line from St. Stephens Green at Charlemont, having left Harcourt.

The next stop on the way to Sandyford is Charlemont.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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The Dublin Area Rapid Transit goes from Pearse Station to the direction of Howth- . 02/05/2002

Photo and scan by Olivier Marchetti (marcoliv@wanadoo.fr)



Dublin_LUAS.jpg (149854 bytes)

Dublin LUAS streetcar on Abbey street. Photo taken on July 29, 2009.

Photo: Massimo Mazza e-mail massimo.mazza@telecomitalia.it



LUAS_DublinConnolly1.jpg (150868 bytes)

LUAS - Ireland
For a few months the LUAS trams from Dublin did not reach Connolly station because of work for an extension. 7 September was the first day of service into Connolly tram stop after the works had ended.
Dublin, 07-09-2008

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



LUAS_DublinConnolly2.jpg (115278 bytes)

LUAS - Ireland
For a few months the LUAS trams from Dublin did not reach Connolly station because of work for an extension. 7 September was the first day of service into Connolly tram stop after the works had ended.
Dublin, 07-09-2008

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



LUAS_DublinConnolly3.jpg (144990 bytes)

LUAS - Ireland
For a few months the LUAS trams from Dublin did not reach Connolly station because of work for an extension. 7 September was the first day of service into Connolly tram stop after the works had ended.
Dublin, 07-09-2008

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



LUAS_DublinHeuston.jpg (131337 bytes)

LUAS - Ireland
Dublin Heuston station is quite far away from Connolly station, but there is a nice tram service that runs very frequent and only takes some 15 minutes between the two stations. A trams has just arrived at Dublin Heuston station tram stop.
Dublin, 07-09-2008

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



Luas.jpg (153870 bytes)

Dublin LUAS streetcar on Abbey street. Photo taken on July 29, 2009.

Photo: Massimo Mazza e-mail massimo.mazza@telecomitalia.it



Luas_3004_Heuston.jpg (152407 bytes)

Luas - Ireland
Luas is Dublin's Light Rail Tram System. Tram 3004 is seen departing Heuston Station stop, running over a bridge over Liffey river.
Dublin, 14-07-2016

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



Luas_Green_1.jpg (150810 bytes)

Luas tram leaving Charlemont stop in Dublin, Ireland.

Photo by Meath On Track (contact.us@meathontrack.com)



Luas_Green_9.jpg (90849 bytes)

Luas tram leaving Dundrum in Dublin, Ireland.

Photo by Meath On Track (contact.us@meathontrack.com)



Luas_nopeds.jpg (19531 bytes)

No pedestrians allowed on the tracks

A tram warning sign, just southeast of Beechwood on the LUAS green line. Pedestrians are not allowed to trespass on the tracks.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Luas Red line on Abbey Street to Tallaght

On Abbey Street in Dublin, Ireland, a red line LUAS train heads from Connolly Station to Tallaght.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2007 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com



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LUAS and you safety pillar

Safety notice on a LUAS pillar, over a destination sign. This is presumed to be somewhere in the "Green 3" fare zone, between Dundrum and Stillorgan because the sign shows "Sandyford" as the destination.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin, Luas tram on the Red line, at St. James Hospital 09.03.2008

Photo by Balázs Rusznyák (ruba2@freemail.hu)



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Dublin LUAS tram at the St. Stephens Green terminus of the Green Line awaiting its next trip back to Sandyford on the 25th October 2005.

Photo by Colin Duff (colin@colinduff.com)



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Dublin LUAS tram at the St. Stephens Green terminus of the Green Line awaiting its next trip back to Sandyford on the 25th October 2005.

Photo by Colin Duff (colin@colinduff.com)



cie_luas_redline1_cd.jpg (69283 bytes)

Interior of a tram car on the LUAS Red Line whilst passing through central Dublin on the 26th October 2005.

Photo by Colin Duff (colin@colinduff.com)



dublin_luas_green_st_stephen.jpg (139223 bytes)

A.Pasqualini (a.pasqualini@alice.it) Dublin LUAS System - Green Line terminus at St.Stephen Green, Sep.20, 2007 The crossover section of the terminus tracks with two Alstom Citadis 401. Note the "One tram only in marked area" sign and the light signal that shows the crossover switch position.


dublin_luas_redline_connolly_stn.jpg (149905 bytes)

A.Pasqualini (a.pasqualini@alice.it) Dublin LUAS System - Red Line terminus at Connolly Stn. - Sep.20, 2007 The Red Line connects Tallaght, in the Dublin suburbs, to Connolly Station. Most of the track are into a reserved right-of-way. In this picture, an Alstom Citadis 401 is ready to depart to Tallaght, while a Citadis 301 has just arrived to the terminus.


dublin_luas_redline_connolly_stn_overview.jpg (140661 bytes)

A.Pasqualini (a.pasqualini@alice.it) Dublin LUAS System - Red Line terminus at Connolly Stn. - Sep.20, 2007 Overview of the terminus area from a raised standpoint in Connolly Stn. The picture shows the roof equipment of an Alstom Citadis 301 and the crossover section of the terminus.


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A.Pasqualini (a.pasqualini@alice.it) Dublin LUAS System - Red Line terminus at Connolly Stn. - Sep.20, 2007 An Alstom Citadis is arriving at Connoly Stn. terminus.


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Approaching "Harcourt" LUAS station

Arriving on the LUAS green line from St. Stephens Green at Harcourt. A tram to St. Stephens Green is ready to depart Harcourt.

The next stop on the way to Sandyford is Charlemont.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin, Heuston Station. A good example of intermodality: right outside Heuston Station are the local bus stops, the bus stop for the airport and, of course, the Luas!

Photo by A. Rueda (ad.rueda@gmail.com)



luas_faichestiabhna01.jpg (32672 bytes)

Approaching "St. Stephens Green" LUAS station

A LUAS train appears to be arriving at St. Stephens Green northern terminus of the Green line.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Approaching "St. Stephens Green" LUAS station

A tram warning sign, just southeast of the St. Stephens Green station.

Taken 29 July 2004.

© 2004, 2006 Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Luas tram on William Dargan bridge in Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland.

Photo by Meath On Track.com (contact.us@meathontrack.com)



luas_noentry01.jpg (63570 bytes)

Dublin LUAS - no entry except for trams

Dublin

This sign says - No Entry - Irish Gaelic: "Ach amháin Tramanna" English: Except trams

This is the stretch from O'Connell Street headed towards Connolly Station ("ui Conghalie" in Irish Gaelic)

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



luas_sandyford.jpg (64340 bytes)

Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh)

Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh) LUAS station

This is the sign for Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh), the southern terminus for the green line of LUAS.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



luas_sign01.jpg (65286 bytes)

Dublin LUAS warning sign

Dublin

This is the sign for crossing the LUAS tram tracks. This is more a concern for double-decker tour busses with open roofs. Tourists on the upper deck should be very careful when passing under the LUAS contact wires.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS warning sign

Dublin

This is the sign for crossing the LUAS tram tracks. This is more a concern for double-decker tour busses with open roofs. Tourists on the upper deck should be very careful when passing under the LUAS contact wires.

Here there is a DART bridge from Connolly to Tara St / Pearse stations and on to Bray / Greystones.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS warning sign and traffic crossing point

Dublin

This is the sign for crossing the LUAS tram tracks. This is one of the few places to legitimately cross the LUAS tracks. Otherwise it is forbidden to cross the tracks.

The approximate location is close to Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh).

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



luas_tram01.jpg (62401 bytes)

Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from O'Connell Street headed towards Connolly Station ("ui Conghalie" in Irish Gaelic)

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from O'Connell Street headed towards Connolly Station ("ui Conghalie" in Irish Gaelic)

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



luas_tram03.jpg (63706 bytes)

Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from O'Connell Street headed towards Connolly Station ("ui Conghalie" in Irish Gaelic)

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the destination sign in English "Connolly"

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the destination sign in Irish Gaelic "Conghalie"

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Connolly

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Connolly on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the destination sign changing from the Irish Gaelic "Conghalie" to the English "Connolly"

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - Green line at St. Stephen's Green

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram at St. Stephens' Green (Faiche Stiabhna in Irish). The Green line has been operating since early July 2004 to Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh) for revenue service.

This train is waiting to go to Sandyford shortly. The trams run at least every ten minutes.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - Green line at St. Stephen's Green

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram at St. Stephens' Green (Faiche Stiabhna in Irish). The Green line has been operating since early July 2004 to Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh) for revenue service.

This train is waiting to go to Sandyford shortly. The trams run at least every ten minutes.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - Faiche Stiabhna - St. Stephen's Green

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram at St. Stephens' Green (Faiche Stiabhna in Irish). The Green line has been operating since early July 2004 to Sandyford (Áth an Ghainimh) for revenue service.

The LUAS tram stops have Irish in small print on top, and the English name in large print on the bottom.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



luas_tram17.jpg (58538 bytes)

Dublin LUAS - tram to Tallaght

Dublin

This is a LUAS tram to Tallaght on a test run. The line will not open until at least late Summer 2004.

This is the stretch from Heuston Iarnrod Éireann Station headed towards Tallaght.

Copyright 2004 by Josh Hanz (josh_hanz@hotmail.com)



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