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  1. Irish Rail - Iarnr√≥d √Čireann passenger trains Details
    Irelands rail network

  2. Cumann Tracnach na Gaeltachta L√°ir -- the Central Gaeltacht Train Society Details
    Welcome to Donegal's only operational narrow gauge railway. Here, nestling deep in the heart of spectacular mountainous scenery steeped in tradition, myth and folklore, and running along the crystal clear waters of Loch Finn you are invited to relive those nostalgic days when Donegal had about 200 miles of narrow gauge railway operated by the County Donegal and Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway Companies. This unique journey is a three mile return trip right along the shores of Loch Finn. The reopening on the 3rd June 1995 of this first section of the intown - Glenties railway restoration project commemorated the centenary of the original opening in 1895.

  3. Waterford & Suir Valley Heritage Railway Details
    The magic of rails golden age has been brought to life at Kilmeadan, Co Waterford. Experience the beauty of the Suir Valley from the Waterford & Suir Valley Heritage Railway. A heritage narrow gauge railway follows over 6km of the route of the abandoned Waterford -Dungarvan line. The track runs mostly along the picturesque banks of the River Suir between Kilmeaden and Waterford offering panoramic views of the River Suir, rolling farmland and mountains. The rolling stock includes a restored Simplex 60sp locomotive with a Perkins diesel engine and two Edwardian style carriages.

  4. Cavan and Leitrim Railway Details
    The Cavan & Leitrim Railway is open to the public, with trains running on demand. A tour of the site will take approximately 40 - 50 minutes and includes a trip on the train and a tour of the engine sheds, workshops and the site in general. The Cavan & Leitrim Railway was one of the most fascinating and at one time busiest of Ireland's narrow-gauge railways. Through the accident of its serving a coal field it remained open many years after most of the other 3 ft gauge lines closed, and in its last days made use of engines and rolling stock sent from these other closed systems.

  5. Irish Railway Record Society Details

  6. Railway Preservation Society of Ireland Details
    The RPSI was formed in 1964 to preserve in working order steam locomotives and other rolling stock built for the Irish railway system, from 1850 to the present day. The RPSI maintains a museum at Whitehead and operates steam-hauled excursions over the present day Irish railway network for families and enthusiasts. The Society is a not-for-profit charity managed by volunteers.

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