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  1. THE IRISH RAILWAY RECORD SOCIETY Dublin Digital Event 19:30, Thu 29 April 2021 “Bantry Branch (Drimoleague to Bantry Pier)” presented by Oliver Doyle. (Digital sign-in from 19:00) “Bantry Branch (Drimoleague to Bantry Pier)” by Oliver Doyle. On the 60th Anniversary of the closure, Oliver will recount early efforts to have a railway to Bantry. The initial station was high above the town and was not long open before an extension was proposed including a pier for a steamer service to Glengarriff & Castletownbeare. Cattle fairs were a big source of revenue, particularly those in Autumn. Many interesting excursions are recounted, a Sunday Bandon to Glengarriff outing with 500+ passengers changing at Bantry Pier. Two through excursions to Limerick to view the new Ardnacrusha Power Station the first of which ran through Aughaville Staton gates killing the gatekeeper. Two other fatalities on the line are recounted. The paper concludes with the demise of the West Cork system on 31 March 1961. This event will be presented online through Zoom. JOINING THE MEETING To join the meeting, use one of the two following options: a) PREFERRED click on the following link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85803985097?pwd=NEJac3ptMDcrWXZKc1U5aVh3dVRhQT09 We can accommodate up to 500 participants for this event. The event will not be available for subsequent viewing. b) ALTERNATIVE open the Zoom App already installed on your device and enter the following : Meeting ID: 858 0398 5097 Passcode: 085628 A short video on how to use Zoom as a participant will be found at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting-. An audio only option is also available. Full details of this and other aspects of using Zoom are set out below. JOINING AND LEAVING THE MEETING Please note that you can join the meeting any time from 19:00 onwards. The meeting proper will start promptly at 19.30 so make sure you give yourself enough time to join before that. You may be able to join later, but you will miss part of the presentation. Once signed in, you can go away and do something else (including working on your device provided you do not close Zoom down) until 19:30. We are achieving unprecedented levels of attendance at these meetings and their continuing success depends on good Zoom etiquette being observed. Thus, your microphone and webcam will be turned off (by us) when you join. You will have control of both, but we ask that you leave them switched off unless there is a Q&A session after the presentation, in which case the procedure for contributing will be explained. We can terminate unwanted video or audio interruptions centrally, but this will not normally result in your being disconnected from the meeting. If your ID appears on screen as "iPad", "Phone", or "IrkyJu20" or other odd term, please change this to your normal name, so that we will know who you are. This is easily done in Zoom. For any Question and Answer session, we will need to know who you are. We cannot accept anonymous input, and derogatory or inappropriate observations are not acceptable, either by Chat or verbally. We emphasise also that the visual material shared at our events is protected by copyright. The taking of screen grabs or recording of our presentations is not permitted. Participants in breach of these prohibitions may be refused entry to future events. Finally, you may leave the meeting at any time and you do not need to notify us. For those remaining, the meeting will be digitally closed once any concluding remarks are completed. You will be automatically ejected from the meeting at that time. HOW TO GET ZOOM ON YOUR DEVICE We recommend downloading Zoom to your device in advance of the meeting, so that you can check that everything is OK. If you wait until you join the meeting, there is a risk that the download process will cause you to miss the start. If you do not already have Zoom installed on your device, we recommend that : (i) you download the Zoom App (the zoom icon shows a white camera on a blue background) to a tablet or smartphone from Google Play or the App Store. or (ii) download the Zoom installation package from the Zoom.us website and install on a laptop or PC. Download and use of Zoom is free for meeting participants. Downloading the App to a tablet or smartphone is fastest but downloading and installing Zoom on a PC or laptop is straightforward. Remember that as a meeting participant only, you do not need to register, set up a Zoom password etc.
  2. Seen a copy of June 1985 come up for sale. Picture of an 071 with brand-new Mk3s, would I be right in assuming there's a feature on them in the issue? Grateful for any confirmation provided. Regards, Ben :)
  3. Irish Railway records society on Sunday 17th March 2019 Outing to Drumsna Bridge and the Cavan & Leitrim Railway An outing has been arranged to visit the Drumsna Bridge and the Cavan & Leitrim Railway at Dromod, Co. Leitrim on Sunday 17th March 2019. The group will travel to and from Carrick-On-Shannon by service train. A coach will take us to the Moon River Cruiser on the River Shannon. A light lunch (included in the fare) will be served on the cruiser en route. At Dromod, we will visit the Cavan & Leitrim Railway before joining the train back to Dublin. http://irishrailarchives.ie/index.php/upcoming/
  4. CELEBRATE SAINT PATRICK'S DAY IN LONDON The IRRS London runs an annual collectors' market at Chiswick Town Hall on 17 March 2018, starting at 11am. Mainly railway, but a fair bit of buses and London Transport. An excellent place to pick up photographs, postcards, DVDs and tickets. You'll find me on the Stage of the Main Hall selling books - we trade as The Syndicate (!) and specialise in books, both in and out of print. We like to think that we have almost everything published on Irish Railways. I also stock new books by Lightmoor, plus Pen and Sword - come and have a look. A colleague sells all manner of transport ephemera like old (British) working timetables, maps, transport leaflets etc etc. Our profits go to Irish Railway Preservation. This year's market happens to land on the National Saint's day, so if you haven't got a ticket for The Boys tackling The English up the road at Twickers, why not come along? In fact, you could pop in before the match? The event is open 11am to 3pm. Admission £3 (£1 after 1.30pm). Light refreshments available and we have a continuously running DVD Show to add to the entertainment. The wearing of something Green (I'll be in my Northern Ireland footie shirt!) is optional. The Town Hall is on Heathfield Terrace, W4 4JN. Nearest tube is Chiswick Park, or Gunnerbury. Buses 27, 237, 267, 391, 440 and H91 stop on Chiswick High Road - across the Green from the Town Hall. If you're in London, come along and support the local Area of Ireland's national railway society! Hope to see a few of you there - be sure to say "Hi" - I'll be wearing a badge, but you can usually hear my Belfast (via Surrey) accent at 100 metres! Leslie
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