Irish railways

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Cork City railway 1974 - 1 © The Carlisle Kid Street Run, Cork City, Ireland Homes, Dublin City, Diesel Locomotive, West End, Vintage Trucks, Carlisle, Ireland Travel

Cork City railway 1974 - 1 © The Carlisle Kid

Street running was once common in Ireland, but by the 1970s only the Cork City lines remained, linking the main station on Glanmire Road with the former Cork Bandon & South Coast Railway yards at Albert Quay. A CIE 141 class... more

Dublin train - No. 2 Platform - 1975 by TheTurfBurner, via Geograph Cork Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Buses And Trains, Steam Engine, Carlisle, The Good Old Days, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Dublin train - No. 2 Platform - 1975 © The Carlisle Kid cc-by-sa/2.0

The Europa Hotel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europa_Hotel,_Belfast ) now towers over Great Victoria Street station as CIE 181 class locomotive B181 heads a rake of Mk2 stock in the No. 2 Platform. On a Sunday, the CIE crew were... more

Built by Park Royal Vehicles with AEC diesel engines, the 60 railcars were CIE's first steps towards modernisation when introduced By only 2 units survived in operation & the remainder. Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Photo Engraving, British Rail, Old Trains, Futuristic Design, Retro Futurism, Vintage Travel Posters, The Good Old Days

CIE's last AEC set at Howth station © The Carlisle Kid cc-by-sa/2.0

Built by Park Royal Vehicles with AEC diesel engines, the 60 2601-class railcars were CIE's first steps towards modernisation when introduced 1951-54. By 1975, only 2 units survived in operation (2616 & 2651), the remainder... more

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Salthill summer 1965

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On the morning of Monday 17 May the train from Howth to Dalkey was running between Killester and the city when a train-lighting dynamo became detached from under one of the coaches. This caused considerable damage to the. Cork Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Buses And Trains, Photo Engraving, British Rail, Dublin City, Steam Engine, The Good Old Days

Accident at Connolly – 1971 – (1) © The Carlisle Kid cc-by-sa/2.0

On the morning of Monday 17 May 1971, the 08.11 train from Howth to Dalkey was running between Killester and the city when a train-lighting dynamo became detached from under one of the coaches. This caused considerable damage to the... more

January 2014 – Page 2 – Old Photos of Cork Cork Ireland, Ireland Travel, Street Run, Street View, Cork City, Old Photos, The Good Place, Irish, Coast

January 2014 – Page 2 – Old Photos of Cork

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No 50 arrives at Ballyshannon from Bundoran on Republic Of Ireland, The Republic, Emerald Isle, Donegal, Model Trains, Northern Ireland, Old Pictures, Locomotive, Railroad Tracks

GNRI 50 PPs Class Ballyshannon 08-06-1957

GNRI 50 approaching Ballyshannon from Bundoran. It is not known if the train is stopping here as the signalman has his hand raised to hand the single line staff over to the driver of the train. Ballyshannon was the customs post for all trains entering from Northern Ireland.

Train approaching Howth station (C) The Carlisle Kid Buses And Trains, Old Trains, Diesel Locomotive, Carlisle, Ireland Travel, The Good Old Days, Dublin, Railroad Tracks, Irish

Train approaching Howth station © The Carlisle Kid cc-by-sa/2.0

Pushed by one of CIE's 201 class diesel locomotives, a set of de-engined AEC DMUs approaches Claremont crossing outside Howth with the 13.00 passenger service from Greystones. These "push-pull" passenger vehicles were... more

Irish Railways Class 71 079 is pictured arriving at Dublin Connolly on April Standard Gauge, Bus Coach, London Bus, Diesel Locomotive, Ireland Travel, Dublin, Transportation, Irish, Coaches

Irish Railways: Class 071: 079 Dublin Connolly

Irish Railways Class 71 079 is pictured arriving at Dublin Connolly on April 9th 1997.

Net Photo: 205 Irish Rail 201 at County Kildare, Ireland by Laurence Sly British Rail, Ireland Travel, Locomotive, Dublin, Trains, Transportation, Irish, Painting, Irish People

205 Irish Rail 201 at County Kildare, Ireland by Laurence Sly

High quality photograph of Irish Rail 201 # 205 at County Kildare, Ireland.

 Renamed Pearse Station in 1966 Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Photo Engraving, Dublin City, Busses, Train Station, The Row

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The latest Tweets from Old Ireland (@OldeEire). Nice to tweet u! Beauty & history of #Ireland New/old pics, prints etc. Local historian & Guide. Liberties area Dublin markjenkinsis@gmail.com UCD library. Dublin City, Liberties