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Throwback Thursday (148)

A trip back to the mid-1990s this week. RH 80 is seen turning off Ormond Quay and onto Grattan Bridge. It is operating route 69 from Rathcoole into the City Centre. This is one of the more longer bus routes in Dublin and can trace its origins back to pre-DUTC days. Not only does this route serve Rathcoole but it is only one of the bus routes to Clondalkin village.

RH 100 was delivered new to Dublin Bus in 1991. Once it's career was over with Dublin Bus it went on to work with Swanbrook in Cheltenham.

2018 also saw the hotel behind the bus on Ormond Quay demolished. 06/11/1995


Edit: Although the caption says RH 100 further analysis suggests it might be RH 80. RH 100 was not a Conyngham Road bus.

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Taken on November 6, 1995