Wednesday, July 30, 2014


Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present


Things change and this is very good visible on photos made in the past. Train stations in Ireland are good example of it.

1 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Ranelagh & Rathmines Station with diesel train arriving from Harcourt Street in 1958. And tram arrives at the same spot in 2004 at the now ‘Cowper’ tram stop. (C) Micheal Costaloe

2 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Derailment at Kilfree Junction, 1955 & 2006.

3 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Carrickmines Station, in 1955 and 2009, now preparing for itself for the Luas, south Co.Dublin.

4 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Great Northern Railway tram crosses over the main road into Howth, north Co. Dublin, with a service from the Summit in 1958 and the same location in 2009.

5 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Liffey Quays at North Wall.

6 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Hatch Street, rear of Harcourt Street station, Dublin City.

7 Ireland Train Stations in Past and Present

Killiney Station, south Co.Dublin, showing an earlier form of suburban traction in 1955.
Credit: eiretrains.com

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