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  1. #2141
    Morning all,

    GM 216 heading to Cork on its weekly jaunt from Dublin Heuston with the Belmond Grand Hibernian passing through Rathduff, between Mallow and Cork, 15 Aug 2017.

    Rathduff

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  2. #2142
    Today the 2000th IWT liner operated from North Wall to Ballina. TTC0169 was on hand in Ballina to photograph the train after arrival.

    Click http://smu.gs/2x58gE3 to view.

    Also to see the first train back in 2009 click http://smu.gs/2uQBntI



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  3. #2143
    Good evening all,

    I've uploaded a selection of photos from this year's Irish Railway Record Society tour to Howth and Sligo. A day no without it's troubles!

    Booked loco 081 failed before departure with a bad oil leak. Loco 075 was then used from Connolly to Howth. Due to the signalling and infrastructure layout at Howth, Enterprise 227 hauled the train back to Connolly, providing the rare chance of a 201 on the Howth line.

    Due to operational reasons, 075 could not carry on the tour to Sligo, so (at one point) 227 was nominated for the trip to Sligo, which would have been the first passenger 201 to Sligo and only the second under it's own power. However, 085 was sourced from Inchicore and provided power to Sligo.

    All in all, a great day out and a good catch up with a few friends I haven't seen for a while. Many thanks to all involved who made the day happen, from those visible to those in the background months before

    As always, click on the photos below to view it full size, or the album link here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/hurric...57685121333364












    Regards,
    Kieran

  4. #2144
    Evening folks,

    Days 4 and 5 have been uploaded to the website of my recent trip to Germany.

    Day 4:
    On Sunday lunchtime I had a walkabout Cologne before heading to Cologne West to try and see if any freight passed by, Later in the afternoon I took a ICE to Frankfurt via the High Speed Line to spend a few hours in the City.

    Day 5:
    Photos from the trip back to London and then to Shannon.

    Click http://smu.gs/2v8RzpN to view.



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  5. #2145
    Morning all,

    A round up of images from the past few days.

    Thursday 17th August 2017:
    A single image from Ballybrophy on this day.

    Sunday 20th August 2017:
    While heading to Dublin for the Kerry-Mayo G.A.A match, a minor detour was taken to Kildangan to photograph the Belmond Grand Hibernian passing en-route from Connolly to Waterford.

    Due to the new bag restrictions at major events, the camera had to be left behind for the train trip from Laois to Dublin.

    Monday 21st August 2017:
    Once my business was complete in Inchicore, I had a quick look around the works and stumbled upon 073 ticking over. It later went L.E. to Inchicore.
    Later in the day I stopped off at Cherryville Jct. and Cush to photograph 076 working the 1105 Ballina - Waterford laden timber.

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