Irish Railway Review Number 9 features:-
- The liner and timber traffic between Waterford and Mayo. This route has become Ireland’s principle freight artery.
- Farewell to the NIR 80 class as they go for refurbishment, but fail along the way.
- Nenagh’s new commuter service to Limerick is not without its problems.
- The Headhunters Barbers Shop and Railway Museum in Enniskillen has a close shave with our roving hairy reporter.
- Network Notes observes new pointwork and the new stations on the WRC.
- We see railcars advancing as the Mark 3 coaches finally bow out.
- Finally, some freight clips we could not leave out.
Locations featured include: Abbey Junction, Antrim, Ardrahan, Athy, Attymon, Balla, Ballybrophy, Ballyhaunis, Belcoo, Belview, Birdhill, Broomhedge, Carlow, Castlerea, Cherryville Junction, Claremorris, Craughwell, Dromkeen, Donamon, Enniskillen, Foxford, Geashill, Glenavy, Lavistown, Limerick Junction, Manulla Junction, Moira, Monasterevin, Nenagh, Portarlington, Thomastown, Tullamore, Waterford, Westport, Whitehead and Woodlawn.
Produced by - Markle Associates Video
Running time - 80 Minutes