INSET: CENTRAL DUBLIN
Note: Names of streets, squares etc. used below are those used at the time of the map - when different, today's names are added in square brackets. The maps use today's names only.
ABBREVIATIONS ON THE MAPS
|Fw||Fitzwilliam St.||SGGS||South Great George's Street|
|HS||Harcourt St.||WR||Westland Row|
I created the above maps by overlaying OpenStreetMap (OSM) maps with my own data. Copyright on the OSM maps is © OpenStreetMap contributors, licensed under a CC-BY-SA (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 licence).
Please note that the OSM maps used as a template for these maps corresponds to the situation at the time the map was downloaded and may show features that did not exist at the time the GS Tram Site is supposed to show. In particular, it may show bridges and highways that were built later.
Operator: Dublin United Transport Company (DUTC)
|1||Nelson Pillar - Pearse St. - Ringsend|
|2||Nelson Pillar - Pearse St. - Ringsend - Sandymount Green|
|3||Nelson Pillar - Pearse St. - Ringsend - Sandymount Green - Sandymount Tower|
|6||Nelson Pillar - Merrion Sq. - Ballsbridge - Blackrock|
|7||Nelson Pillar - Merrion Sq. - Ballsbridge - Blackrock - Dún Laoghaire|
|8||Nelson Pillar - Merrion Sq. - Ballsbridge - Blackrock - Dún Laoghaire - Dalkey|
|9||Phoenix Park - North Circular Road - Nelson Pillar - Merrion Sq. - Fitzwilliam St. - Baggot St. - Waterloo Rd. - Donnybrook|
|10||Phoenix Park - North Circular Road - Nelson Pillar - Dawson St. - Baggot St. - Waterloo Rd. - Donnybrook|
|11||Whitehall - Drumcondra - Capel St. - Dame St. - Merrion Sq. - Leeson St. - Ranelagh - Clonskeagh|
|12||Nelson Pillar - Dame St. - South Great George's St. - Ranelagh - Palmerston Park|
|14||Nelson Pillar - Dame St. - South Great George's St. - Rathmines - Dartry Rd.|
|15||Nelson Pillar - Dame St. - South Great George's St. - Rathmines - Terenure|
|16||Whitehall - Drumcondra - Nelson Pillar - Dawson St. - Harcourt St. - Harolds Cross - Terenure - Rathfarnham|
|17||Whitehall - Drumcondra - Nelson Pillar - Dawson St. - Harcourt St. - Harolds Cross - Terenure|
|18||Lansdowne Rd. - Waterloo Rd. - Ranelagh - Rathmines - Kenilworth Rd.|
|19||Glasnevin - Nelson Pillar - Dame St. - South Great George's St. - Harolds Cross - Rialto|
|20||Glasnevin - Nelson Pillar - Dawson St. - Harcourt St. - Harolds Cross - Rialto|
|21||Westland Row - Dame St. - James St. - Inchicore|
|23||Ballybough - Parnell St. - Capel St. - North Quays - Parkgate St.|
|24||O'Connell Bridge - North Quays - Parkgate St.|
|25||O'Connell Bridge - North Quays - Chapelizod Rd. - Chapelizod - Palmerstown - Lucan|
|26||O'Connell Bridge - North Quays - Chapelizod Rd. - Chapelizod|
|30||Nelson Pillar - North Strand Rd. - Clontarf - Dollymount|
|31||Nelson Pillar - North Strand Rd. - Clontarf - Dollymount - Sutton - Howth|
HILL OF HOWTH TRAMWAY
Operator: Great Northern Railway (Ireland) (GNR(I))
|Sutton - Howth|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Dublin Tramways: ca. 95 km.
- Hill of Howth Tramway: 9 km.
- Horse tramways: 1 Feb. 1872 - 13 Jan. 1901
- Steam tramways: June 1881 - 1905.
- First-generation electric tramway: 16 May 1896 - 9 July 1949.
- Second-generation light rail (Luas): 30 June 2004 - today.
- Hill of Howth Tramway: 7 June 1901 - 31 May 1959.
- Horse tramways: 1220 mm / 1600 mm.
- Steam tramways: 915 mm / 1067 mm. / 1580 mm.
- Dublin tramways (1st generation): 1580 mm.
- Dublin light rail (Luas): 1435 mm.
- Lucan tramways: 1067 mm. (until 29 Jan. 1925); reopened as part of the general Dublin system: 1580 mm. (14 May 1928 - 12 Apr. 1940)
- Hill of Howth Tramway: 1580 mm.
- Corcoran, M. Through the streets broad and narrow: A history of Dublin trams. Hersham (England): Ian Allan, 2000, rev.ed. 2008.
- Fayle, H. "The electric tramways of Ireland (4): The Dublin tramways" The Modern Tramway, Nov. 1940 (3: 35), p.129-130, 132.
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