Double Decker 1955–1995


The first double-decker buses to operate in Cork were introduced by the Cork Electric Tramways and Lighting Company in 1902. In the 1930s and 1940s, the Cork Transport Board took over the operation of the buses and continued to use double-decker buses on many of the city's routes. These buses were initially powered by petrol and later by diesel. Today, double-decker buses are still a common sight on the streets of Cork, operated by the city's public transport company, Bus Éireann. These modern buses are equipped with the latest technology and amenities, including air conditioning, wheelchair accessibility, and free Wi-Fi.

407mm(h) x 306mm(w) (12 x 16)
Colour Lithographic print
300g Olin Rough paper stock
1.3mm Cream Core Backing Board
Protective wrapping and High Quality Black Gloss Envelope