Irish Rail in the Snow in Dublin—Today, 28 February 2018.

Snow is a real rarity in Dublin. After a little more than an inch, a ‘red warning’ was issued.

Irish Rail kept its passenger trains on the move, although some were running a little behind schedule.

I braved the arctic conditions and hoofed it up to my usual spot. If all goes well, I may head out again later on.

Photos exposed this morning using my FujiFilm XT1.

A Grand Canal Docks ICR features one of the recently introduced yellow coupler covers designed to keep snow off the coupler.
ICR’s pass at Islandbridge Junction.
Irish Rail 231 in the ‘raccoon’ livery works the up-cork on its final leg to Dublin Heuston Station.
Irish Rail snow removal team.
Snow falling at Islandbridge Junction.
Irish Rail 221 light engine.
ICR’s pass at Islandbridge Junction.

One thought on “Irish Rail in the Snow in Dublin—Today, 28 February 2018.”

  1. I hate cold snowy weather, but the fact remains that the snow enhances the depth of your colors and naturally softens your shadows. These are beautiful shots which do just that.

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