|Specially assembled to mark the closure 45 years ago of Ireland's last electric tramway on 31 May 1959. Magnificent memories of the magical HILL OF HOWTH trams. Travel the entire legendary line in both directions by open-top tram to and from Howth Summit enjoying a rich and varied selection of scenes en route. Observe trains on the Great Northern branch to Howth; peep into Sutton depot; ride Brush-built open-toppers; revel in rare outings by Milnes cars; catch nocturnal No 11 (the Work car) in daylight action; watch a trio of Dublin trams disintegrate; see No 2 at Perris, No 9 restored and majestic No 10 at Blackpool in 1985; and today's remains.|
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