College Street toilets demolished to make way for Luas

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The old underground toilets at Dublin’s College Street, have been demolished to make way for the Luas Cross City line. The facilities were closed by Dublin City Council more than 20 years ago. Video: Bryan O'Bri

The underground toilets at Dublin’s College Street, once to have been redeveloped as a cafe bar, have been demolished to make way for the Luas Cross City line.

Luas construction workers, under the supervision of archeologists, excavated the disused toilet block at the traffic island at the junction of Westmoreland Street and College Street over the bank holiday weekend.

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