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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Killorglin Railway

The Valencia Harbour Railway Memorial which was unveiled in 2013

The Valencia Harbour Railway Memorial which was unveiled in 2013. The project was spearheaded by Railway Historian Tom Horgan of Waterville. Valencia Harbour was in its time the most westerly rail head in Europe....

The back of the last train ticket on the 30th January 1960

The back of the last train ticket on the 30th January 1960. Ref: R161

NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH AND ARTICLE OF THE DERAILMENT OF THE EARLY MORNING TRAIN FROM...

NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH AND ARTICLE OF THE DERAILMENT OF THE EARLY MORNING TRAIN  FROM CAHERCIVEEN TO FARRANFORE IN NOVEMBER 1944 (KERRYMAN) The derailment was caused by a landslide the previous night when many tons...

J15 Steam Train takes on water at the Water Tower in Killorglin Station, 1950’s

J15 Steam Train takes on water at the Water Tower in Killorglin Station, 1950's. Ref: R156

The export of cattle was an important part of the local economy as can...

The export of cattle was an important part of the local economy as can be seen by the cattle carriages on left in Killorglin Station, 1950's. Ref: R157

The Metro Vic diesel train which took over from the steam trains in the...

The Metro Vic diesel train which took over froCheap Pandora Bracelets tall k or graphsm the steam trains in the 1950's can be seen in Killorglin Station. Ref: R158--5 H avenue un...

J15 Steam Train on Turning Table, 1940’s

J15 Steam Train on Turning Table, 1940's. Ref: R152

School children from Scoil Mhuire watch the last train leave Killorglin Station on the...

School children from Scoil Mhuire watch the last train leave Killorglin Station on the 31st of January 1960. Ref: R153

School children from Scoil Mhuire watch the last train leave Killorglin Station from the...

School children from Scoil Mhuire watch the last train leave Killorglin Station from the top of the Under-Bridge, School Road on the 31st of January 1960. Ref: R154

Train pulls into Glenbeigh Station, early 1950’s

Train pulls into Glenbeigh Station, early 1950's. Ref: R155

The path to the left of photo was the railway track which passed the...

The path to the left of photo was the railway track which passed the old RIC Barracks on left and Barry's Bridge on the right before crossing the road and arriving in Cahirciveen Station....

The old Royal Irish Constabulary built as a result of the Fenian uprising of...

The old Royal Irish Constabulary built as a result of the Fenian uprising of 1867 on the left of what was the railway track. Ref: R131

The Old Railway Goods Store, Cahirciveen

The Old Railway Goods Store, Cahirciveen. The site was used for Sive Mineral Waters Cahirciveen by the O'Driscoll family. Ref: R132

The back of Sigerson Clifford’s grave with a verse from his best known poem...

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The memorial to Sigerson Clifford outside the old Carnegie Building in Cahirciveen

The memorial to Sigerson Clifford outside the old Carnegie Building in Cahirciveen. Ref: R135

The bust of Sigerson Clifford by Sculptor Alan Ryan Hall of Valentia Island with...

The bust of Sigerson Clifford by Sculptor Alan Ryan Hall of Valentia Island with a few lines of his  evocative poem 'I Am Kerry' outside the old Carnegie Building in Cahirciveen. Ref: R136...

One of the information boards alongside the Railway Bridge in Cahirciveen with an image...

One of the information boards alongside the Railway Bridge in Cahirciveen with an image of the J15 steam train. Ref: R136

Information Plague of ‘The Great Southern and Western Railway’ in Cahirciveen

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The end of the line. The road down to the ferry at Reenard Point...

The end of the line. The road down to the ferry at Reenard Point with the Station Master's house to the right, which was part of the site at Valentia Harbour Station. Valentia Island...

The red brick Station Master’s cottage on the site of what was the most...

The red brick Station Master's cottage on the site of what was the most westerly railway station in Europe, Valentia Harbour. Ref: R139  
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