Sun Scorched Irish Extravaganza—Part 4

 

Close-ups and Details.

Sometimes special events make for great opportunities to make detailed photos of equipment, structures and settings.

Last Saturday’s Irish Railway Record Society excursion from Dublin to Cork, Cobh and Midleton was an opportunity for visual exploration.

Check previous posts for other images of this historic trip.

Detail of class 071 diesel.
Irish Rail diesel number 073 catches the sun at Kent Station Cork on 20 July 2013. Canon EOS 7D photo.

 

Driver Ken Fox works the ground at Cork.
Driver Ken Fox works the ground at Cork.

 

Kent Station, Cork.
Railway Preservation Society Ireland’s Cravens catch the sunlight at Kent Station Cork on 20 July 2013.

 

Brake cylinder on locomotive 071.
Brake cylinder on locomotive 071.
 92 60 0117071-7
Freshly painted Irish Rail locomotive 92 60 0117071-7 catches the sun at Heuston Station in Dublin. Its still just old 071 to me! Lumix LX3 photo.
Heuston Station
Irish Rail’s Rotem-built intercity rail cars arrive at Heuston Station on the morning of 20 July 2013. Lumix LX3 photo.

 

Handbrake on locomotive 071. Canon EOS 7D photo.
Handbrake on locomotive 071. Canon EOS 7D photo.

 

Heuston Station, Dublin. Lumix LX3 photo.
Heuston Station, Dublin. Lumix LX3 photo.
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