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Vintage Carriages in the Dublin Area


 

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Number

Class

Type

Seats

Original
Company

Intended/Former Use

Date To
Traffic

Acquired By RPSI

Current
Location

Status

Additional
Notes

88

B6

Dining Car

24

GNR

Dublin - Belfast

1938

1973

Dublin

In traffic

Built in Dundalk.

351

 

 

25

GS&WR

Irish President's Coach

1902

1995

Dublin

In traffic

On loan from CIÉ. Launched on 18/10/2001 by Irish President.

813

3rd

60

GS&WR

Local trains

1910

1990

Mullingar

Sound

Used as tarry inside shed.

837

 

3rd

72

GS&WR

Local trains

1902

2002

Mullingar

Fair

Latterly 503a in departmental stock.

1142

 

Corridor 1st

56

GS&WR

Dublin - Cork

1921

1973

Dublin

In traffic

Runs as companion to 351, following extensive overhaul.

1335

 

Corridor 3rd

56

GSR

Dublin - Cork expresses

1936

1973

Dublin

Awaiting overhaul

Bredin design.

1383

 

Park Royal Open 3rd

72

CIÉ

All CIÉ and Belfast - Dublin

1955

1986

Dublin

In traffic

1419

 

Park Royal

58

CIÉ

All CIÉ and Belfast - Dublin

1956

1985

Dublin

In traffic

Ran for a time as a snack car, numbered 2423.

1463

 

Open 3rd

64

CIÉ

All CIÉ and Belfast - Dublin

1958

1985

Dublin

In traffic

Laminate design.

1916

 

Half Brake 3rd

24

CIÉ

All CIÉ and Belfast - Dublin

1957

1985

Dublin

In traffic

Generator fitted.

1949

K31

Open Brake 3rd

72

GNR

All GNR(I) system

1954

1975

Dublin

In traffic

Was fitted as AEC driving trailer. Running as 1949 while on Irish Rail.

2421

 

Dining Car

39

CIÉ

All CIÉ and Belfast - Dublin

1956

1985

Dublin

In traffic

Extended bar.

2977

 

Travelling Post Office

CIÉ

Main CIÉ mail routes

1958

1992

Dublin

Poor

Owned by An Post

Historic Irish President’s Coach 351 has its own page.  Click here to view it.

Several unrestored vehicles await attention - as ever funds and manpower are needed - every little helps!

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