Faces of The Cobh Rambler—lots of photos!

Saturday wasn’t the brightest or driest day.

Railway Preservation Society of Ireland’s  The Cobh Rambler departed Dublin Heuston Station as per schedule.

It was raining by the time we passed Lucan South (about 6 miles from Heuston).

By the time we reached Cork it was lashing.

On these excursions I often focus on my friends, many of whom are Irish Rail employees and/or RPSI members.

Thanks to everyone who made this trip a success!

All images were exposed using my Lumix LX7.

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One thought on “Faces of The Cobh Rambler—lots of photos!”

  1. Brian, I am sure that some of the older RPSI members also belong to the Irish Railway Record Society. Next time you are with any of them ask if anyone remembers Dr. Donald McNeill, of Newtownards in Northern Ireland. He was my late brother’s God-father, a dear friend of all of our family, and an acknowledged and published authority on the history of Irish Railways.

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