Friday, July 19, 2013

Dunsandle Railway Station New Website

Dunsandle Railway Station has a new website and Facebook page. For anyone that links to this page, please update your links to the following:



Many thanks!

Friday, February 08, 2008


If anyone has any information on Dunsandle Station House [who lived there, station masters etc], photos prior to 1990 or any documentation, tickets etc, we would love to hear from you.

our email is


Thursday, February 07, 2008

New Photo Website

A new photo website for Dunsandle Railway Station has been created and can be viewed by clicking PHOTOS/View all photos from the menu at the top of the page or by clicking this link

Some photos have been added but more will be added over the coming weeks.

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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Updating website

As you can see it's been quite some time since we posted. Over the next few weeks I will be adding location maps and up-to-date photos. As ever thank you for stopping by and viewing our website and many thanks for your comments and kind emails.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

The Engine

The engine arrived some months ago, my brothers were busy doing what they do, so when I went home a few weeks ago I took a few pictures to share with you and update you on their progress.

The back of the engine where it connects with the carriage.

Steps leading up to the engine

Friday, May 20, 2005

Thank you

I would like to thank the following people for there help in the acquiring of rolling stock, and for there information, time and resources…

Colman o Rahelaigh for first replying to my email and supplying me with contact names and numbers.

Frank Dawson and Jarlath Canney for there conversations/letters and negotiations with out which there would have been no purchase of stock.

Michael Kennedy for he’s time and advice and for supplying me with glass for the carriage.

Tim Casterson for he’s time and advice along with he’s donation of he’s 10 ton brake van to Dunsandle, I would also like to thank him for returning the original "Ticket" sign to Dunsandle.

Terrance and Billy Kelly our neighbours and haulage contractors for organising the haulage and running things so smoothly.

I would especially like to thank all our neighbours those that offered to help and those that did help.

Thanks a million.

Monday, January 31, 2005

Xmas 2005 @ Dunsandle station

Christmas 2004 at Dunsandle Station

Inside the train carriage

Tiolet area on the train carriage

Tiolet area-needs abit of work

A look inside the train carriage

Unloading at Dunsandle station

The first to be unloaded

Foreman Patch

Gently does it!

Gerry, Mikey and Patch

Getting ready to lift from one track to another

Neighbours Billie, mattie and Terrence

The second lift

The second load

Brendan, Willie, patch and Michael

3 Artics arriving at Dunsandle station

Christie looks on

natural light fades

Switched lights on

In position

Neighbours look on

Nearly in

The last lift pulls out

Waiting for the crane to reposition-Time for a well earned drink!