The ammonia trains of CIE and Irish Rail :: Shared Description

Irish Fertiliser Industries Limited (a state-owned company incorporated in the Republic of Ireland) operated two factories. One at Belfast harbour and one at Shelton Abbey near Arklow. Both used ammonia produced at Marino Point near Cork. The liquid gas was conveyed to Belfast by ship. Shelton was served by rail. Both factories closed, amid much controversy and media comment, in 2002.
by Albert Bridge
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18 images use this description:

O2816 : Railway near Bray Head by Albert Bridge
T3094 : Wicklow station by Albert Bridge
T3094 : Ammonia train, Wicklow by Albert Bridge
W7870 : Ammonia train, Marino Point near Cork by Albert Bridge
O2618 : Ammonia train, Bray (1991) by Albert Bridge
O2912 : Ammonia train at Greystones - 1989 by The Carlisle Kid
O1536 : Ammonia train, Dublin by Albert Bridge
T3195 : Ammonia train, Wicklow Jct by Albert Bridge
T3094 : Ammonia train, Wicklow (1995-1) by Albert Bridge
O1634 : Ammonia train, Dublin (1982) by Albert Bridge
T1988 : Crossing trains, Rathdrum station by Albert Bridge
O2912 : Ammonia train at Greystones by Albert Bridge
W7773 : Cobh Jct station by Albert Bridge
R8638 : Ammonia wagon, Limerick Jct by Albert Bridge
T3194 : Ammonia train, Wicklow (1995-2) by Albert Bridge
W6872 : Anhydrous ammonia train entering Cork station by The Carlisle Kid
T1988 : Ammonia train near Rathdrum by Albert Bridge
R8739 : Freight train at Kyle level crossing by The Carlisle Kid


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Created: Thu, 13 Sep 2012, Updated: Thu, 13 Sep 2012

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