Employees get on their bikes at Tara Street railway arches
A disused 19th-century structure in Dublin city is converted into a green transport hub
The railway arches at Tara Street in Dublin 2, at the heart of the city’s transport system since the late 19th century, have been upcycled into a 21st- century green transport hub.
A makeover by the landlord, Green Reit, has transformed the stone and brick structures to enable a new, sustainable commuting experience.
The disused arches, underneath Tara Street Station, have been converted into a high-tech cycling hub for employees at Green Reit’s George’s...
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