Millstreet Vintage Club would like to clarify that a Charity Pub Quiz to be held in McCarthys Bar Millstreet has been recently advertised on a couple of Media Platforms for next Sunday Night Dec 29th,this is actually incorrect,the Quiz will actually take place in February instead,the Club would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
For anybody that might have been intending to attend the Quiz you could drop by and support St Johns Football Club who are holding a Charity Quiz on next Sunday Evening Dec 29th at 5pm in the Bush Bar in Millstreet,All proceeds to Millstreet Playground,Table of 4 €40
Music by Joe Guerin from 9pm
Your Support is greatly appreciated.
From all at The Pub in Carriganima we hope you have had a great Christmas so far and why not continue the Seasonal Celebrations by calling in Tonight
Friday Night Dec 27th for our Christmas Party Night with Music by The Two Mikes,a great Night assured.
Topping up the water of the 186 Steam Train in 1964 at Millstreet Railway Station. The main station house is behind the train, the goods shed is on the right, the signal cabin can be seen in the background, and Clara Mountain is on the very left. [flickr] [f]. Steam engines were finally removed from commercial use in 1962 … this is a Rail Tour.
But, would anyone know who the man in the middle of the photo is? Possibly the station master.
Jonathan advises that the above photo is from “the big railway enthusiast trip…. actual working steam had ended a year earlier.”
Notes by Irish Railway History clarify this: “By 1960, main line trains were almost entirely dieselised, leaving steam on secondary duties and freight traffic. At the end of 1962, following the delivery of more diesel locomotives and with further branch line closures imminent, CIÉ eliminated steam traction for good.”