ArchivesPhotographic ArchiveKillorglin Railway Saunders Cottage, Ballydarrig, Cahirciveen 4th July 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Saunders Cottage, Ballydarrig, Cahirciveen. Jenny Saunders saw the first train pass here as a child in 1893 and lived to see the last train pass by in 1960. This railway crossing was operated by her family. Ref: R123 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Archives Football Archives “The Goatcatcher” Sean O’Shea of Coomplehane, circa 1940’s Archives An Irish Kitchen Photographic Kerry Cows which were unique to this part of the county at the Fair... Archives 3rd February 2014 Kerry Cows which were unique to this part of the county at the Fair Day, Langford Street, circa 1940's. Source: The Patrick Houlihan Collection.... Members of the Travelling Community pose for a photo outside one of their barrel-top... Archives 10th February 2014 Members of the Travelling Community pose for a photo outside one of their barrel-top caravan at Puck Fair, circa 1950's.Source: The Patrick Houlihan Collection.... Conor and Jason Browne pose in front of the Romany caravan which was made... Archives 18th March 2014 Conor and Jason Browne pose in front of the Romany caravan which was made by their grandfather Pa Houlihan and donated to the Bog... Video Home from America 1969 Archives 12th November 2013 This 8mm Cine Film was taken by May & Joe Cooley during their visit to May's home place in Tullig,Killorglin during Puck Fair in... He, The Town – A short film by Neil Browne Archives 11th March 2014 - Neil Browne - Artist Statement “He, The Town” My work seeks to show the relationship of generations within a family... Aine nicGabhann -The Hills of Donegal Archives 5th November 2013 In memory of Aine nicGabhann, Caragh Lake, Killorglin.