21st Century Railways
Once, you could get a train to within a pony and trap ride to almost anywhere in Ireland. But by the early 1960s, CIE - under Ryan Tubridy's grandfather Todd Andrews - had closed services all over the country from the Harcourt Street line to the West Clare Railway made famous in song by Percy French. The first of a three-part series begins with the iron horses that opened up the country...
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