The Dingle Train
Plateway Press Taverner House, Harling Road, East Harling, Norwich, NR16 2QR, UNITED KINGDOM
* Author - David Rowlands
The Tralee & Dingle Railway was another uniquely Irish narrow gauge railway. Running, as its name suggests, between Tralee and Dingle, with a branch to
Castlegregory, in its final years, only one train a month ran for cattle conveyance.
Chapters in book cover the history of the railway, three major accidents, a route description, Locomotives, Rolling stock, accounts of the T&DR in writing and a
description of the last run over the line of Loco No. 5T. There is also a chapter on the restoration effort and details of what remains of the system today.
This is a well researched publication, profusely illustrated with photographs and is worth obtaining.
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