Class 141 seen here laying over in the Waterford yard. Only 16 of the original 37 Locomotives delivery remain in service today with continual withdrawels.
A typical Irish branch line train in the mid 1990's, two Cravens' coaches and a generator van for heating and lighting. 155 nears journey's end on the 0715 Rosslare Harbour to Waterford.
087 leaves Wateford on the 1050 to Dublin Heuston.
039 pulls away from Waterford with a loaded sugar beet train from Wellington Bridge to the processing factory at Mallow. Sadly, this traffic no longer runs.
012 waits in Waterford Yard with a portion for a liner train. These locos were built by Metropolitan Vickers in 1955 - 56 but were later rebuilt by CIE with GM 12-645E engines.
212 stands below Waterford Central cabin. The loco is about to work the 14:50 service to Dublin Heuston. Built by GM, Ontario, Canada in 1994. For more see: www.garystrainz.fotopic.net
166 & 169 with a laden sugar beet train await departure to Mallow. These ageing locos are both GM built (JL8) and have been in service since 1962. Passenger duties for this class is now extremely ... (more)
082 with a rake of ety timber wagons. Built in 1976 by General Motors (JT22CW), Illinois. For more see: www.garystrainz.fotopic.net
082 with a rake of ety timber wagons. Timber trains operate to Waterford from the west of Ireland. The Illinois built loco is in it's 30th year of service. For more see: www.garystrainz.fotopic.ne... (more)
071 stands below Central cabin with a laden beet train. Loco built by General Motors (JT22CW) in 1976. For more see: www.garystrainz.fotopic.net
On a Sugar Beet Train
Sugar Beet Train
On A Bellliner
Pass. from Dublin