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Green Line


The Green line is a north-south line running from St. Stephens Green south to Sandyford and more recently extended to Brides Glen. This is the first light rail line to open in Dublin. It is designed to higher standards to allow possible conversion to metro. The line is currently 10.9 miles long. Much of the route is on a former mainline railway that was abandoned in the 1950's. There is work to extending the line north and connect with the Red Line.

The Green Line has a could of unique structures. The Nine Arches stone viaduct near Milltown station, and a cable stayed bridge by Dundrum station. The yards and shops for the line are located at Sandyford.


  Station Photos New     Station Photos New
  St. Stephens Green 4       Sandyford 4  
  Harcourt 6     Ballyogan Wood 6 6
  Milltown 10       Brides Glen 7  
  Dundrum 4     Construction 5 2
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