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Ireland by Rail 2006

The round trip is over - we are back at Dublin Heuston. In 2006 the station is going to be refurbished, but the show has to go on...

088 is just in between all the construction work.

The yellow front mask gives 205 an even more narrow appearance than known from Class 210.

During blue hour the brand new Mark 4 generator and cab car 4002 sits aside in Heuston Station.

Dublin has more point of interest than Heuston Station... Just 10 walking minutes away is the Old Jameson Destillery as one example for spiritual entertainment. Of course you will try the famous fluid! Guiness brewery is even closer to the station!

Dublin's second largest station is Conolly. From here the North East and South East are served. Railcar 29407 is waiting for passengers.

View to the incoming train to Conolly Station.

Cab control car 9001 leads the "Enterprise" from Belfast.

The "Enterprise" push-pull consist is powered today by the Irish Rail 220. The yellow bar in the face of her hides a bit the narrow English clearance profile. At the neighbouring tracks railcars of class 29000 are idling.

The DART (Dublin Areal Rapid Transit). DART is the only electric operated train on Irish Rail.

Again a railcar exits the busy station.

220 smoking.

The Enterprise car set.

Appetite for Ireland? Just opposite Conolly Station RailtoursIreland.com resides. Here you can book several Tours using Irish Rail. We were satisfied.



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