The Luas Green Line Extension Photographs

December 19, 2019

The Luas Green Line Extension Photographs - Nua Photography

College Green in Dublin’s city centre finally said goodbye to all the roadworks of 2016 and 2017 and celebrated the opening of the the extended Green Luas line to Broombridge. To see what all the fuss is about Nua Photographers took to the city to see what new photography opportunities awaited us.

We are taking time in 2018 to build our Dublin Online Photograph Gallery with a selection of Luas Green Line photographs. Our selection will include photographs of O’Connell Street at night with the new Green Luas looking very cosmopolitan, along with College green and Westmoreland street Dublin

The New Luas Green line  extension travels across the River Liffey for the second time at the Rosie Hackett Bridge which lies between O’Connell Bridge and Butt Bridge. Photographing the new tram line in Dublin was an interesting challenge at night, with fast moving trams and busy streets , our images show Dublin at it’s best.

The glossy new Green Line Luas, photographs really well, catching and reflecting the street lights and leaving colourful motion blur in it’s wake, this creates a sleek modern look. Our Dublin city photographs are perfect for website use, annual reports and wall art for office spaces.

Dublin City and landmarks Gallery link

Luas Line on the Rosie Hackett Bride

Luas O'Connell Street

Lights of the Luas in motion on O'Connell Street Dublin Ireland

 

The Luas passes the Daniel O'Connell Monument at Night




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