The Co. Donegal Railways

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    My wife and I were due to spend a couple of weeks walking in Co. Donegal in April and May 2020. Instead, we remained at home in Ashton-under-Lyne, continuing to do the jobs we love! I would have been writing a blog about our journeys and walks but instead I have started a series about the 3ft-gauge Co. Donegal Railways. .....

    http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/05/2...the-glenties-branch-stranorlar-to-ballinamore
     
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    After completing the first two articles in the series, covering the Glenties Branch, I was put in touch with Kerry Doherty who lives in Co. Donegal and he provided a few images of the branch. I have updated the two linked articles with a total of four photographs, three of which come from Kerry Doherty and the fourth from the Co. Donegal Railway Heritage Centre. ....

    For ease of access I have repeated the two links here. ....

    http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/05/2...the-glenties-branch-stranorlar-to-ballinamore

    http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/06/2...2-the-glenties-branch-ballinamore-to-glenties

     

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