ING4Trainz
Models of the Irish narrow gauge, GWR broad gauge and a lot more besides!
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County Donegal Railway
Restoration Ltd
This site is dedicated to the memory of
Ricky Sykes
1942-2008, a great modeller, railway enthusiast, blues singer, composer and friend
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Trainz: A New Era SP3 build 904916
19th September, 2018
Joe Begley and Steve Flanders £12.95, available from Amazon A5 softback, 160 pages, 58 images Comprising brief histories of all 18 passenger-carrying Irish narrow- gauge railways and tables with tons of technical information about each route, locomotives, railcars, carriages and freight vehicles; plus extensive bibliographies and additional material now drawn together in one volume for the first time. Published by Oakwood Press, May, 2012
Ireland’s Narrow Gauge Railways – A Reference Handbook
Joe Begley and Steve Flanders £18/€22, available from Amazon 26cm × 21cm, 192 pages, photos, maps, diagrams and drawings This is a new edition of Dr EM Patterson’s definitive account of a much-loved railway network, first published in 1962. All of the original text has been retained and there are substantial additions. These include anecdotes of some of the CDR’s employees and others who had contact with the railway, what can be seen of the CDR today, and line drawings by G T Glover, locomotive engineer of the GNR(I), many of which have not been published before. Published by Colourpoint, May 2014.
The County Donegal Railways
New this update: four more Great Western Railway standard gauge carriages built during the 1870s and 1880s, 4 wheel and 6 wheel non-clerestory. R1 is a 4-wheel first class, S1 is a 4-wheel second class, S2 is the 4-wheel third class, V15 is a 4-wheel full brake, and T38 is a 6-wheel brake third. Where relevant, I have provided attachment points for luggage and a guard, and also for tail lamps. Only add lamps to vehicles at the end of trains of course! I have also altered the bogey GWR carriages which I released last month: C4, D3, E14, E19, E26, E27 and K4 and removed the animated coupling. They have been updated here using kuid2. I discovered that some of my private owner wagon reskins, based on originals by John Whelan and Bob Sanders, were showing an odd glitch in T:ANE. When I zoomed in the coal load disappeared! John Whelan kindly sorted the problem out and they are all now OK. I have reissued them on the Private Owner page (and also the Freight page) and have also split them up individually so you can download whichever you want. All of my new models are only for T:ANE SP3, and I’m aiming to have all earlier models available here also work in this latest version. I no longer support earlier versions of my models for use in any other iteration of Trainz. Usual apologies for any broken links or missing material, let me know and I’ll correct them. Steve
Joe Begley and Steve Flanders £18/€22, available from Amazon 26cm × 21cm, 192 pages, photos, maps, diagrams and drawings This is a new edition of Dr EM Patterson’s second volume of the narrow gauge railways of north-west Ireland. The detailed story charts the origins and developments of this unique line. All of the original text has been retained and there are substantial additions. These include interviews and memories of some of the surviving workers and others who had contact with the railway, It includes many Glover drawings and previously unpublished historic photos of the construction of the Burtonport Extension. Published by Colourpoint, November 2017.
The Lough Swilly Railway
Headhunters Railway Museum (and Barber Shop) 5 Darling Street, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh A superb collection of original railway artefacts, concentrating mainly on the Great Northern Railway (Ireland), the Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway, and the Clogher Valley Railway; plus the odd interloper from County Donegal. Admission is free, and you don’t even have to have a haircut to visit! A brilliant combination brought to you by the Johnston family. About 10 mins walk from Enniskillen bus station brings you to the doorway that opens up into a very impressive railway collection - I guarantee you will not be disappointed! I thought it was superb. You will not hesitate to leave a donation.