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Gallery 821: Luas - October 2018

This impressive structure is the William Dargan Bridge constructed to allow Luas to head over a busy road junction and river. Built in 2004 it is named after William Dargan who was involved in bringing railways to many parts of Ireland. The bridge is at Dundrum and we see 5009 approaching the stop bound for Brides Glen.

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