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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Killorglin Railway

The red brick Station Master’s cottage in Valentia Harbour which sadly was demolished in...

The red brick Station Master's cottage in Valentia Harbour which sadly was demolished in the summer of 2014, taking with it another important piece of our railway history. Ref: R141

The remains of the Station Master’s cottage which was demolished in the summer of...

The remains of the Station Master's cottage which was demolished in the summer of 2014. Ref: R142

Having survived the wild winds of the Atlantic since 1893 the Station Master’s cottage...

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The view that greeted the passengers crossing the Railway Viaduct of the old RIC...

The view that greeted the passengers crossing the Railway Viaduct of the old RIC Barracks, Barry's Bridge with the O'Connell Memorial Church, Cahirciveen town and Bi na Ti in the background. Ref: R128

The memorial to the Valentia Harbour Railway at Reenard Point which was unveiled in...

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The walkway leading to the Cahirciveen Railway Viaduct which was part of the...

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The map and acknowledgements plaque for those involved in the erection of the Railway...

The map and acknowledgements plaque for those involved in the erection of the Railway Memorial at Reenard Point. Ref: R146

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 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...

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

Pints and Piers

Pints and Piers Ref: R115
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