The Tram Cafe, Jervis Street, Dublin - 808
A painting of The Tram Cafe on Wolfe Tone Square, Jervis Street on Dublin's Northside. The main feature being a beautifully restored tram , apparently discovered lying derelict and forgotten in a field in Cavan, which serves as an elegant old world little cafe set on the wonderful Wolfe Tone Square site, a vista that has a very European vibe to it.
The tram was built in 1902 by the J.G. Brill company in Philadelphia and was a working tram for many years in the 1920's in Lisbon, Portugal. It was a museum piece in Colwyn Bay, Wales, before being sold and somehow became abandoned in a field in Mullagh, Co. Cavan.