Train passing "The Ranch" before Ballyfermot was built. Probably late 1930s.

Train passing "The Ranch" before Ballyfermot was built. Probably late

One if Dublin's first double deckers as seen on D'Olier Street in the late 1930s

One if Dublin's first double deckers as seen on D'Olier Street in the late b/w photo Colourised by Pearse.

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in 1872. A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and 1900....

The origins of bus services in Dublin go back to the first horse tram, the Terenure route, in A network of tram routes developed quickly, and the network was electrified between 1898 and

Talk:Dundrum, Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Talk:Dundrum, Dublin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Howth - Photo shows 1948 Park Royal-framed GNR Dundalk-built, AEC Regent no.297, at the East Pier terminus, with tram lines still in place.

Howth - Photo shows 1948 Park Royal-framed GNR Dundalk-built, AEC Regent at the East Pier terminus, with tram lines still in place.

Leyland Leopard, Howth A CIE (Dublin City fleet) “C” class Leyland Leopard (C102 – EZH 102), with a body by Metal Sections Limited, at Howth station awaiting departure with the 13.35 to Howth Summit. This was service 88 – a replacement for the Great Northern’s Railway’s Hill of Howth tramway (1901-59).

A CIE (Dublin City fleet) “C” class Leyland Leopard – EZH with a body by Metal Sections Limited, at Howth station awaiting departure with the to Howth Summit. This was service 88 – a replacement for the Great.

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