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Citadis Trams

Dublin is using Alstom's Citadis trams. The original 3000 series trams on the Red Line were lengthened from 30m to 40m due to ridership. 4000 series trams started out as 40m trams on the Green Line. More recent 5000 series trams entered service and are 43m long and are assigned to the Green Line.

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Red Line 3000/4000 series Trams

Car interior (3/27/13) Operator station, compare to operator station on 5000 series, the control handle is very different (3/27/13)
Car interior (3/27/13) Line map (3/27/13)
Do's and Don't in Irish (3/27/13)  

Green Line "5000" series trams

Car interior (3/29/13) Operator Station, compare to the one above. (3/29/13)
Do's and Don't in Irish (3/27/13) Line map (3/29/13)

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