Csalem Registered User
#706

Three Dublin Bus pictures taken today.

SG 333 on the 14. This was the bus that received the new NTA livery:
The one that got away... by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

AV 360 on the 25B:
AV 360 Kildare Street 10/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

AV 420 - 16:
AV 420 O'Connell Street 10/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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dublinman1990 Registered User
#707

I spotted these rare beauties on UnabashedThinker on Flickr.

The former Gay Pride Bus (AX523) from Dublin Bus allocated on the 44B.



https://www.flickr.com/photos/138434366@N04/25249619897/in/faves-60501971@N08/

VT30 on a rare allocation on the 7A



https://www.flickr.com/photos/138434366@N04/39411237634/

And DT4 on Ashbourne Connect's route 194 while in it's old Dublin Bus Livery.



https://www.flickr.com/photos/138434366@N04/40123135321/

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punisher5112 Registered User
#708

I would say that 194 gets some amount putting their hands out to catch it as they would think it's still a dB.

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dublinman1990 Registered User
#709

punisher5112 said:
I would say that 194 gets some amount putting their hands out to catch it as they would think it's still a dB.


Well put

I heard that DT7 has it's new Ashbourne Connect livery applied to it now but I can't find a pic. DT4 might get it soon.

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Stephen15 Registered User
#710

I thought DB vandalised the livery deliberately before handing a bus over to a private operator so they will have to respray the livery immediately.

punisher5112 Registered User
#711

Stephen15 said:
I thought DB vandalised the livery deliberately before handing a bus over to a private operator so they will have to respray the livery immediately.


They don't, they only did a bit of a mess or joke on the RV types. Still some in Galway or was still in full colour on dB was removed and was like that for years.

They spray painted flames on a few looking a bit like hot wheels cars.
Had a photo but can't find it.

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Stephen15 Registered User
#712

punisher5112 said:
They don't, they only did a bit of a mess or joke on the RV types. Still some in Galway or was still in full colour on dB was removed and was like that for years.

They spray painted flames on a few looking a bit like hot wheels cars.
Had a photo but can't find it.


Yeah I must have been looking at the same pics. Can't find them either.

Csalem Registered User
#713

LD 315 in its NX livery:
LD 315 O'Connell Street 10/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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Csalem Registered User
#714

Two shots from Dundalk today.

Ex-AV 297 on the 169 to Blackrock:
AV 297 Dundalk 17/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

VWD 2 on the 174 to Bay Estate:
VWD 2 Dundalk 17/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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Csalem Registered User
#715

Two shots from Bray of routes which will transfer to Go-Ahead.

GT 7 on the 184:
GT 7 Bray 17/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

SG 115 on the 185:
SG 115 Bray 17/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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Csalem Registered User
#716

GT 35 on the 239 at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre:
GT 35 Blanchardstown Shopping Centre 27/01/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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Csalem Registered User
#717

Three photos taken in Belfast last December.

2908:
2908 Belfast 16/12/17 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

748:
748 Belfast 16/12/17 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

2125:
2125 Belfast 16/12/17 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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Csalem Registered User
#718

Bit of a rugby update today:

Irish Rugby Team boarding SE 55 at the Shelbourne:
SE 55 St. Stephen's Green 24/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

SE 55 on Kildare Street:
SE 55 Kildare Street 24/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

And the Aircoach version with the Aer Lingus ad:
142 D 15749 St. Stephen's Green 24/02/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr

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tabbey Registered User
#719

The IRFU must have gone upmarket, for many years they used Killiney Castle Hotel, but perhaps that was only for the visiting team.

punisher5112 Registered User
#720

tabbey said:
The IRFU must have gone upmarket, for many years they used Killiney Castle Hotel, but perhaps that was only for the visiting team.


Irish team has been using shelbourne for many years.

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