Photo of the Week - Week 38:
Bohemians Football Club,the oldest club in the League of Ireland, is celebrating 130 years of existence (founded in 1890). To put this in context, this is older than many of the most famous clubs around the world, such as Liverpool (founded 1892), Juventus (1897), Barcelona (1905), Real Madrid (1902) and Bayern Munich (1900). So it's an incredible achievement and important to be recognised. To this end Dublin Bus has sponsored the club with a wrap carrying their crest and colours. Phibsboro Depot, and specifically GT159, was chosen due to the long history of Bohemians in the Phibsboro area. They initially played football in the Phoenix Park, moving to Jones Road (the pitch being were the Cusack Stand is situated now), followed by a short time at Whitehall Farm, before moving to their long-established home of Dalymount Park in 1901, behind the Cabra Depot of the Dublin United Tramways Company. GT159 has spent most of its time on the 38 routes which pass Dalymount Park, but it has spent short periods on the 70 (interworked with 38s), 37 and the 9 (as pictured).