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Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin
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Lost Tramways of Ireland: Dublin

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Hardback | 64 pages | 150 x 200mm |
Publication 24 October 2022 | ISBN 9781802582260 |

In the second volume in the Lost Tramways series to feature Ireland, the history of the trams that served Dublin and its environs are recalled. Although dominated by the system of Dublin itself, there were no fewer than three other tramways that served the area – the Dublin & Blessington, the Dublin & Lucan and the GNR(I)-owned Hill of Howth – that all had a fascinating history, with the Hill of Howth ultimately becoming the last first generation tramway to operate on the island of Ireland.

Locations featured include:
Lucan, Ballsbridge, Nelson Pillar, O’Connell Bridge, Parnell Monument, Bachelors Walk,Trinity College, Sandymount, Dun Laoghaire, Dalkey, Phoenix Park, Dartry, Rathmines, Terenure, Sutton Cross, Howth.

Peter Waller’s is a highly experienced transport writer and editor. His first book, British and Irish Tramway Systems since 1945, was published in 1992, and since then he has written extensively on transport subjects. He is now a full-time author and editor as well as being a director and secretary of the Online Transport Archive.

Books in the Lost Tramways series: