Dublin low-floor articulated tram 4011 on tram line Green the old final destination i St. Stephen's Green

Photographer: D. P. Acevedo.
Publisher: John Hinde.
City: Dublin (Ireland).

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Low-floor articulated tram 4011, manufacturer Alstom, type Citydis 401, on tram line Green, signed As Seirbhis.

Description

Trams returned to the streets of Dublin for the time in half a century in June 2004 when the first completed line city's light rail LUAS system opened to the public. The name LUAS (pronounced "Lou-As") is the Irish word for speed. This tram system connects suburban parts of Dublin city with the centre on two separate tramlines.

Dublin low-floor articulated tram 4011 on tram line Green the old final destination i St. Stephen's Green. Trams returned to the streets of Dublin for the time in half a century in June 2004 when the first completed line city's light rail LUAS system opened to the public. The name LUAS (pronounced "Lou-As") is the Irish word for speed. This tram system connects suburban parts of Dublin city with the centre on two separate tramlines.

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