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    Photographic Website Updates

    Hi all,

    I might as well start the ball rolling here!

    I'm sure most of you are familar with my website, which has over 11,000 photos of the modern Irish Railway Scene since 2005 to the present day.

    There are two updates to the website this evening.

    The first has pictures from Heuston on Tuesday night featuring MKIV's 4005 and 4006 along with 227 and 22002, plus Wednesday evening photos are from Carn Bridge and Ballycullane featuring ex works 234, along with 224, 232, 4003, 22023 + 22028 and 22006. All these pictures are now available at: http://smu.gs/HTloh0

    The second update is of 076 visiting the Howth Branch on Easter Monday in connection with the testing of new signalling equipment on the Branch.
    http://smu.gs/HTloh0

    Enjoy,
    The Wanderer.

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    Good to see you here, Wanderer!

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    Cheers

    The as required additional IWT liners operated from Ballina on Wednesday and from Dublin North Wall on Thursday. 073 worked the 1200 North Wall - Ballina IWT liner today and was pictured passing Geashill, along with 22047 which was hot on its heels with the 1230 Heuston - Westport.
    http://smu.gs/HVJaJk

    Enjoy,
    The Wanderer.

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    always look forward to your pics wanderer, keep them comming! hF

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    Good afternoon all,

    Three updates today.

    The first is more additions to the April Gallery featuring photos from Friday evening and Saturday from
    - Portarlington
    - Portlaoise
    - Limerick Jct
    - Mallow
    - Kilmallock
    - Charleville
    - Cork
    - Rushbrooke
    - Inchicore
    These photos are now available at http://smu.gs/I1YV5d

    The 2nd update is photos from the RPSI 171 for 171 Tour from Dublin Pearse to Cork which featured 079 throughout on the RPSI Cravens. The highlight of the trip had to be the non stop run attempt from Cork to Dublin Pearse.
    http://smu.gs/I1TOlo

    Finally, a video update of unsilenced 220 departing Portarlington with the 2100 Heuston - Portlaoise.
    http://smu.gs/I1VtUt

    Enjoy!
    The Wanderer.

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    Hi all,
    I have now uploaded some pictures from last week. On Friday I spent the morning in Killester on Dublin's northside and saw the usual mix of DART units, 29000 DMUs and 081 on the Tara.
    Then on Saturday morning I popped along to the Curragh, just before Kildare, to see the usual fare of 22000s and 201s on Mark 4s, along with a 2800 DMU and 079 with the RPSI Cravens on the '171 for 171' tour.

    Pictures start here:
    http://smu.gs/Izdn0k

    Enjoy!

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    Evening all,

    Two updates to the website this evening.

    The first is of the Coolnamona Bord na Mona system when I managed to photograph LM327 and LM237 on the Peat Train from Clonkeen into the Works at Coolnamona.
    http://smu.gs/ICVtd4

    The 2nd is of 22032 passing Carn with the 1725 Heuston - Limerick on Monday, while on Tuesday there is picture and video of unsilenced 220 at Portlaoise with the 1300 Heuston - Cork. Turn up the volume! http://smu.gs/InvasC

    Enjoy!
    The Wanderer.

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    Hi all,
    Some shots from yesterday and today are now online. Yesterday sees orange/black 084 passing through Balbriggan. Today's sees 076 climbing out of North Wall to join the Northern Line as well as 218 on the IWT liner.
    Pictures here:
    http://smu.gs/IQsVNs

    Enjoy!

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    Afternoon all,

    A brief update consisting of a very much and dull Heuston on Wednesday evening and two Photos from Portarlington earlier today.
    http://smu.gs/J9avrg

    The Wanderer.

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