Photo of the Week - Week 32:

Conyngham Road's brand new GT120 is seen on the Outer Ring Road operating Route 151 on the 21st September 2013.

And so the deliveries keep coming. Clontarf has its full allocation of GT114-GT119, and so Conyngham Road's allocation is next. Unlike the original batch of GTs, things seem to arriving in numerical sequence. Conyngham Road have so far put three of their batch into service, namely the first three in numerical sequence GT120, GT121 and GT122. GT121 was noted in service on the 69 on the 19th September, GT122 on the 21st on Route 151, while GT120 was noted on the 151 on the 22nd with GT121 also noted on the 69.

GT120 is seen on a outward during towards Route 151's Foxborough Terminus on the Nangor Road on the 22nd September 2013.

Conyngham Road's GT121 is seen operating Route 69 on Aston Quay on the 22nd September 2013.

Conyngham Road are expecting 8 GTs, GT120-GT127 which will fully convert Routes 68 and 69. It would be expected that like other garages, a general allocation pool of GTs will be made, meaning a mix of both 132-D and 12-D GTs for Routes 68, 69 and 151. As the pool of GT buses grows across the flight, the greater the chances of catching them somewhere rare. Here's hoping.

Conyngham Road's GT28 is seen operating a Route 68 to Greenogue Business Park on College Green on the 21st September 2013.

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