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Going back in time, before the other trips, but only ever so slightly and for a good reason.
The 10 was one of the more famous Dublin Bus routes, with its history in one form or another going back to 1899. Going from the Phoenix Park to UCD, it was the route of choice for a number of decades for people attending the latter institution, including myself. However, it was one of the early victims of Network Direct, showing that no route was safe from the revisions.
The last day of the route was 30th October 2010 and was the only day I actually covered it in its entirety. On the day Harristown kindly lent out AW 10 for a return journey, this class once synonymous with the route. Preserved D 464 and DF 639 were also out on the day, as seen in the 20 pictures on the right.
Today, people going to UCD have to get the 39A and people to Phoenix Park the 46A.