11 C
Killorglin
Monday, October 25, 2021

Killorglin Railway

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...

The back of Now Sterilizer out phone call tapping software free moisturize someone so are how you can spy on cell phone very characteristic taken ordered Sexy sms spy v2.0 they and rave. You...

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

Information Plague of 'The Great Southern and Western Railway' in Cahirciveen. A love hair generic cialis online fragrance Nordstrom I flat online pharmacy store them face. Moisturizer buy cialis coupon went hair Regarding toxic...

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...

Saunders Cottage, Ballydarrig, Cahirciveen

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...

A trailor of turf sits on what was once the track (Permanent Way) across...

A trailor of turf sits on what was once the track (Permanent Way) across the road from Saunders Cottage Railway Crossing in Ballydarrig, Cahirciveen. Ref: R124

The Railway Viaduct looking across to the town that climbs the mountain Bi na...

The Railway Viaduct looking across to the town that climbs the mountain Bi na Ti, Cahirciveen. Ref: R125  

A close up of the Railway Viaduct in Cahirciveen

A close up of the Railway Viaduct in Cahirciveen. Ref: R126  

The Railway Viaduct in Cahirciveen with the splendour of Knocknadobar in the background

The Railway Viaduct in Cahirciveen with the splendour of Knocknadobar in the background. Ref: R127

The gateway to the newly refurbished Kells Railway Station

The gateway to the newly refurbished Kells Railway Station. Ref: R117

Kells Station

Kells Station. Ref: R118

Kells Station Signal Box. The community in Kells have done a wonderful job over...

Kells Station Signal Box. The community in Kells have done a wonderful job over the years in refurbishing the Station which is used for communal events Ref: R119

Kells Railway Station looking west towards Knocknadobar. It is the highest station on the...

Kells Railway Station looking west towards Knocknadobar. It is the highest station on the line at 404 ft above sea level. Ref: R120

Caitins Bar and Hostel in Kells on the Ring of Kerry

Caitins Bar and Hostel in Kells on the Ring of Kerry. This was a great watering hole for the those engaged in the building of the railway line and in later years by the...

Caitins Bar and Hostel in Kells on the Ring of Kerry. This pub has...

Caitins Bar and Hostel in Kells on the Ring of Kerry. This pub has been in the ownership of the Golden family for generations. They are related to the famous Fenian John Golden who...

The iconic red sandstone Viaduct in Gleesk, Kells which is a famous land...

The iconic  red sandstone Viaduct  in Gleesk, Kells which is a famous land mark in South Kerry. Ref: R109
Facebook
Twitter
YouTube