6 edition of The Clogher Valley Railway found in the catalog.
The Clogher Valley Railway
Edward Mervyn Patterson
by Colourpoint Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
The mile long narrow gauge railway originally opened in known as the Clogher Valley Tramway, and changed its legal status and its name to the Clogher Valley Railway in A commission appointed by the Government of Northern Ireland recommended that the loss-making line should be taken over by the Great Northern Railway (Ireland), but that company declined and the Clogher Valley. The Clogher Valley Railway was a mile-long (60 km), 3 ft ( mm) narrow gauge railway in County Tyrone and County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It opened in May and closed on 1 January (with the last trains running the previous day).
A strange name for a railway museum but it is attached to a barbers shop of that name, run by brothers Nigel and Selwyn Johnston. Very pleasant gentlemen to deal with and very much worth a visit. I might be interested in these items myself if you wanted to PM me, and I can give you Selwyn’s contact details too. The Clogher Valley Railway. David & Charles, Illustrated. Very good in d.j. An Irish narrow gauge line of great character, street running in places. It ran the first articulated diesel railcar in Ireland.
Seem to remember the track plan mostly evolved around the use of Y points, rather than the usual left or right. In Cyril Freezer's booklet on track plans for small spaces (mine is priced 2/6, which dates me somewhat), at the back are 10 generic plans where he showed how a six foot terminus could be reduced to 4' 6" by using all Y points. Clogher Valley Railway This page summarises records created by this Business The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to .
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(4). The Clogher Valley railway was a steam-operated narrow gauge roadside tramway which ran between Tynan, Co Armagh and Maguiresbridge.
It opened in The Clogher Valley Railway book closed in This is an expanded edition of Dr Patterson's history of the line, with a much expanded range of photographs. Softback, pages, black & w. The Clogher Valley Railway was a steam-operated narrow gauge roadside tramway which ran between Tynan, Co Armagh and Maguiresbridge, Co Fermanagh.
It opened in and closed at the end of This is a new edition of Dr EM Patterson's famous book on the Clogher Valley Railway, first published in /5(4). The Clogher Valley Railway was a 37 mile long, 3 ft narrow gauge railway in County Tyrone and County Fermanagh.
It opened in May and closed on 1 January (with the last trains running the previous day). The western terminus was Maguiresbridge, County Fermanagh, where the line shared a station with the Great Northern Railway (Ireland) on the Clones to Enniskillen line.
The Clogher Valley Railway was a steam-operated narrow gauge roadside tramway which ran between Tynan, Co Armagh and Maguiresbridge, Co Fermanagh. It opened in and closed at the end of This is a new edition of Dr EM Patterson's famous book on the Clogher Valley Railway. Clogher Valley Railway Published in 20th-century / Contemporary History, General, Issue 3 (May/June ), Letters, Volume Sir,—As usual, I settled down in an armchair this evening to read the latest edition of History Ireland, always eagerly absorbed and a credit to the team.
The 3ft gauge Clogher Valley Railway was incorporated on 26th Maythe second project under the terms of the Act. It opened for traffic on 2nd May linking Tynan, County Armagh and Maguiresbridge in County Fermanagh, both on the broad gauge Great Northern Railway, a.
Railway: Freelance (inspired by Clogher Valley Railway) Gauge: 2' 3" Inspired by the Sharp, Stewart & Company locomotives built in for the Clogher Valley Railway (N.I.).
This 3' gauge railway ran for some 30 miles near to what is now the boarder with the Republic of Ireland. Sharp, Stewart & Company supplied six machines to the same design.
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Parish of Clogher. likes talking about this. The Parish of Clogher Facebook page. When I was a kid, one of my teachers was J.M. "Jim" Lloyd, who often produced drawings for railway books. I distinctly remember him borrowing a Clogher Valley timetable from York Museum - he was the kind of guy who could do such things.
I often wonder what he wanted with it. Clogher Valley Tramway. The railway was kept going on nostalgia and the hope that the new bus service and alternative methods of road transport wouldn't take off. In an effort to combat this new. [TDRDR] The Tralee & Dingle Railway [TDRPW] Tralee & Dingle Railway [WDRRR] 'The Wee Donegal' Revisited [WCRJT] The West Clare Railway [WCRPT] The West Clare Railway; Books - Secondary [DCVJJ] In the Days of the Clogher Valley [FRFNJ] Fermanagh's Railways [GRCEI] A Gazetteer of the Railway Contractors and Engineers of Ireland Things seem to have gone a bit quiet on the layout and workshop fronts lately, so here is the start of my new project - a layout based on a Clogher Valley Railway theme.
Arigna Town still has plenty of life left in it, but I have a shelf space above it which gives me approx 2m long x 45cm deep an. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages,  color leaf of plates: illustrations, maps, facsimiles ; 23 cm: Responsibility.
The Clogher Valley railway was a steam-operated narrow gauge roadside tramway which ran between Tynan, Co Armagh and Maguiresbridge. It opened in and closed in This is an expanded edition of Dr Patterson's history of the line, with a much expanded range of photographs and other material added by Norman Johnston.Willie Gault, a guard with Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway, boarded the train from Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, to Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim.
The Clogher Valley is a square mile area in the center of Ulster. A narrow guage light railway was opened May 2, Serving as a link to the Great Northern system at either end of the Valley, it gave the people of the Valley access to broader horizons and new products.
The increasing use of motor vehicles finally forced its closure in