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  1. #2031
    Hi Kieran. Nice photos as ever. Are the interiors of the mk4 sets getting an overhaul? Noel

  2. #2032
    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    Hi Kieran. Nice photos as ever. Are the interiors of the mk4 sets getting an overhaul? Noel
    Hi Noel. The interiors are getting a deep clean of the existing moquette etc, with any damaged ones replaced and plug sockets installed in standard class. No plans as yet to do a full refurb on them as far as I know

  3. #2033
    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    Excellent research and photos. Did the line cross the Shannon at Portumna or terminate on the east bank? Doesn't look like it from Sat images, but if yes, did it cross the Shannon using the current iconic road bridge which looks more like railway engineering than a road structure? There is an old disused commercial harbour on the east bank just 350m north of the current road bridge (i.e. Munster Harbour) which may have connected the railway with commercial Shannon traffic. Waterways Ireland now use it as a storage depot for hardware, buoys, pontoons, etc.



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    I do agree that the road bridge is very railway looking! But the railway terminated on the east side of the river bank.
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  4. #2034
    Evening all,

    Pictures from Athlone (last week) and Limerick (today) have just been uploaded to the April gallery.

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  5. #2035
    Good evening all,

    On Saturday I took a trip up to Northern Ireland in connection with the Irish Transport Heritage Bus Rally at Cultra. This was my first time in Northern Ireland since August 2007 - and things have changed a lot! No more 80-class and 450-class labouring away around Belfast!

    Click on any of the photos below to view them full size











    Album link - https://www.flickr.com/photos/hurric...57682963547855

    Regards,
    Kieran

  6. #2036
    Evening all,

    The Belmond Grand Hibernian started its 2017 season today with a trip from Heuston to Cork, Thurles and Charleville. Also other pictures from today feature Nenagh, Ballybrophy and Clonkeen.

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  7. #2037
    Afternoon,

    a few photos taken over the last few weeks: https://www.flickr.com/photos/finnyus/

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    - North Cork
    - Trip to Scotland


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