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1989 • The Slow train

•• Published on: May 1, 2015

As long as I can remember, one particular feature of Wexford is the ‘slow train from’ Dublin/ Rosslare that painstakingly travel along the Quay, a few times every day.

Below are two sets of signage that flank the slow route (sometimes the driver extends it). I love that the train depicted in the signage is a steam train style icon. Naturally it’s more recognisable, at glance, as a train than the round edged, wheeled, streamlined rectangle people commute in today. 


When I found wiggyattheweekend’s film shot while traveling along the Quay in the drivers cab of the train on the 21st of August 1989 I had to share. Enjoy the trip.

Through the streets of Wexford [Train along the Quay] http://youtu.be/KfdI_qE_yJQ • footage shot 21. 8 .89



These days the Train warning is a something of a louder affair. Railway Crossing – Wexford, Ireland by irelandbloke youtu.be/Akdf-5dpmkA, Published on Feb 6, 2015

The level crossing lights and siren at Wexford Town, Ireland. The 07:20 Rosslare Europort to Dublin Connolly service (IE 22000 class intercity train) passes northbound through the crossing on its way into Wexford O’ Hanrahan station.


two trains 141 & 22000

May 1982, 141 Class loco. Recently near the same location, a 22000 Class diesel railcar. http://eiretrains.com/Photo_Gallery/Railway Stations W/Wexford/IrishRailwayStations.html#

One response to “1989 • The Slow train”

  1. Deirdre says:

    Along the boardwalk down by the seeeeaaa…

    Look at the old cars