Dublin Bus Route 130

Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf
Fairview
Connolly Station
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Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf Road
Clontarf DART Station
Fairview
Newcomen Bridge
Connolly Station
Lower Abbey Street
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Official Dublin Bus route 130 timetable
Dublin Bus route 130, formerly route 30 to Dollymount until the amalgamation of route 30 with the 44A, now serves Clontarf Road, Dollymount, Mount Prospect Avenue & Castle Avenue in an anti clockwise flow. Running every 8 minutes peakdays & operated by Dublin Bus Clontarf Garage using mostly low floor double deckers ( 2008 ).
Volvo Olympian RA 244 on route 130 stop on Lower Abbey St
Route 130 passes its home garage on Clontarf Road
Side view of Leyland Olympian RA 244, delivered to Summerhill in 1995
In April 2008, route 130 was oficially converted to low floor buses
Spotless interior of RA 244 upper saloon
Route 130 at its terminus at Castle Avenue, Clontarf
The sights & sounds of a Volvo Olympian
The current Dublin Bus TV campaign
Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf Road
Clontarf DART Station
Fairview
Newcomen Bridge
Connolly Station
Lower Abbey Street
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Clontarf Garage WV 20, a Volvo B6BLE with Wright Crusader 2 bodywork seen at the 130 terminus on Castle Avenue in April 2009, just as the clocks went forward for summer & the sun begins to set.
Update May 2009

As part of the Dublin Bus route & fleet review, Clontarf's entire single decker midi WV class ( WV 17-20 & 41-46 ) along with the entire
RV fleet ( RV 463- 468, 497- 501 & 541 are being withdrawn.
WV 41 was the first bus to be withdrawn, quickly moving to Donnybrook in early May, to be followed by 42-46 soon afterwards.
As replacements, ALX400's were received from :
Phibsboro ( AV 37-42 ) & from Conyngham Road ( AV 93- 97 )
Former Broadstone euro duty AV 42 seen on route 130 at Castle Avenue in May 2009 having transfered to Clontarf some days previously.
Former Conyngham Road AV 95 was one of the first Conyngham AV's to move to Clontarf, seen at the 130 terminus on Castle Avenue in May 09
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Former Clontarf Garage RV 463 in full Malahide Road 27 flyer, on route 130 in Lower Abbey Street January 2006
Clontarf AV 42 on route 130 in March 2010 looking in immaculate condition. The offside t frame features the current Aer Lingus campaign " Home is where the Shamrock is " following the transfer of all Aer Lingus flights to new Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport.
Clontarf EV 76 in a seasonal shot from Seapark in Clontarf during the snow of January 2010.
Services into inner Clontarf were withdrawn shortly after this shot was taken due to the treacherous condition of the road surface.
JULY 2011
The Castle Avenue terminus for route 130 & an unusual visitor, Donnybrook Garage AV 73.
AV 73 has transferred to Clontarf for the summer, haing just gone through its respray cycle.
AV 73 was delivered to Donnybrook in their first ever batch of ALX400's there, AV 69 to 92, mostly allocated to the 11 group converting it to low floor, AV 89 & 90 as wedding buses, AV 91 & 92 as Coastal Tours.
Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf Road
Clontarf DART Station
Fairview
Newcomen Bridge
Connolly Station
Lower Abbey Street
Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf Road
Clontarf DART Station
Fairview
Newcomen Bridge
Connolly Station
Lower Abbey Street
Castle Avenue
Mount Prospect Avenue
The Bull Wall
Dollymount
Clontarf Road
Clontarf DART Station
Fairview
Newcomen Bridge
Connolly Station
Lower Abbey Street
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