Six years ago on this day I was visiting Cobh Junction at Glounththaune, Co. Cork.
The Irish Rail station at this suburban Cork village continues to make good use of its classic footbridge, of the sort once common to stations across Ireland.
In recent years many of the old lattice-construction foot-bridges have been supplanted by massive modern structures that lack the simple elegance and basic utility of the old bridges—many of which remain in place as unused relics.
Working with my first Lumix LX7, I made these photos of the footbridge and Irish Rail 2600-series railcars that work suburban services that pause at Glounthaune on their way to and from Cork to outlying stations at Cobh and Midleton.
The Lumix LX7 with its Leica lens and cleverly designed imaging system produces extremely sharp photos with great depth of field.
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