DART at Dublin Pearse.

Dublin’s Pearse Station, formerly known as Westland Row, is credited as the world’s oldest city railway station in continuous use.

This has served as a passenger station since 1834 when it opened as the Dublin terminus for the Dublin & Kingstown Railway.

The balloon style train shed was built many years later.

While traveling around Dublin earlier this month, I arrived at Pearse with an aim of photographing the trainshed following extensive works to repair it. The last time I’d visited Pearse was back in November 2019, nearly three years ago.

I made several photos of passing DART suburban electric trains under the shed using my Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera.

Then, I spotted an old friend and we caught up over a few pints at a nearby pub, as you do.

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