The Railway Viaduct in Cahirciveen with the splendour of Knocknadobar in the background. Ref: R127
The gateway to the newly refurbished Kells Railway Station. Ref: R117
The red sandstone Viaduct which crosses a ravine in Gleesk, Kells, which is curved, 700 ft long and 70 ft high. Ref: R108
The iconic red sandstone Viaduct in Gleesk, Kells which is a famous land mark in South Kerry. Ref: R109
A panoramic shot of the red sandstone Viaduct in Gleesk, Kells with Dingle Bay and Sleive Mish that conveys the vista which made it one of the most scenic train journeys in in the...
The red sandstone which had to be hewn, drawn, dressed, lifted and laid to to create an infrastructure which was designed and built by the railway engineers and stone masons of that era to...
One of the eleven stone piers built to support the Gleesk Viaduct. Ref: R113
A photo of one of the piers of the Gleesk Viaduct looking skywards. Ref: R114
The stone plaque to commemorate the building of the Gleesk Viaduct in the year A.D 1892 (Anno Domini- The year of our Lord). The plaque is on one of the centre piers facing...
The old Kells Goods Store and the railway line looking east towards Drung Hill. Ref: R107
The dressed Sandstone Underbridge in Quaybawn, Glenbeigh. Ref: R104
Teresa Foley's pretty railway cottage at Kells. The Foley's were gatekeepers as this was where the train crossed the road before continuing along by the foot of Knocknadobar. Ref: R098
Glenbeigh Railway Station at Reenallagane with the Signal Box and Railway Cottage. Ref: R099
The Railway Cottage at what was once Glenbeigh Railway Station at Reenallagane. Ref: R101
The platform at Glenbeigh Railway Station looking east towards Killorglin. Ref: R102