Bristol Third Brake no 5T at Dingle.
© Shane O'Sullivan

Castlegregory Station.
© Joe Maher
In 1952, a westbound train heads across the new Finglas Bridge on the 1907 deviation.Station.
© Shane O'Sullivan

Dingle Station. © Tom Fox
Dingle Station. © H Fayle

Dingle Station. © Shane O'Sullivan
T & DR 2-6-0 no 2 heads west at Derrymore in 1935.
© John Grove
T & DR 2-6-0 no 2 at Derrymore in 1935.
© John Grove

T & DR Inspection Car.
© Photographer not known

Tralee-bound No 6T drops down to Blennerville for the short run along the road before the Station.
© Joe Maher (believed taken by H.C.Casserley)
Nos 1T and 2T crossing Lispole Viaduct in 1938.
© Joe Maher (believed taken by W.A.Camwell)

An early view of the broad gauge Tralee Station - the linking narrow gauge street tramway can be glimpsed lower left corner. Taken from the roof of McCowens mill around 1900.
© Joe Maher


Four local Tralee lads, with William Maher on the right, believed to be standing on the platform of the Tralee terminus of the Limerick & Tralee Railway, which was immediately to the north east of the Dingle Railway terminus, and just to the west of the GS&WR Tralee terminus. Taken in the very early 1920s
© Joe Maher

A westbound train approaches the summit at Glenagalt. © Joe Maher

A rather unusual view of Dingle Yard.
© Joe Maher

A westbound train approaching Annascaul.
© Joe Maher

No 8T making rather a lot of smoke at Tralee Station.© Joe Maher

A rather typical rake of vehicles, including homebuilt 5 Ton Covered Cattle and Goods Van No 78, standing at The Junction. © Joe Maher

A westbound train on the Diversion near Camp.
© Joe Maher

A general view of Tralee Station.
© Joe Maher

A train ready to leave for Dingle. Looking west at Tralee Station.
© Joe Maher

Two locos at Dingle, including No 8T.
© Joe Maher
A westward view at Castlegregory Junction.
© Joe Maher

Driver William Lynch fills the tanks of No 8T at Dingle.
© Joe Maher
Believed to be No 3 at Tralee Shed.
© Joe Maher

No 1 at Dingle Station.
© Joe Maher


Driver William Lynch with No 8T at Castlegregory Junction.
© Joe Maher

Driver William Lynch with No 8T and a double-headed eastbound train at the water tower at Annascaul.
© Joe Maher










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