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Roger Farnworth
post 29 May 2020, 18:47
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My wife and I were due to spend a couple of weeks walking in Co. Donegal in April and May 2020. Instead, we remained at home in Ashton-under-Lyne and continuing to do the jobs we love! I would have been writing a blog about our journeys and walks but instead I have started a series about the 3ft-gauge Co. Donegal Railways. .....

http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/05/27/co-do...-to-ballinamore
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Roger Farnworth
post 15 Jun 2020, 06:06
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In my spare time I am working on the next length of the Glenties Branch of the Co. Donegal Railways, making up in some way for not being able to walk the route in the early summer this year. I wanted to have a look, as well, at some of the railmotors/railcars on the Co. Donegal Railways. This post covers the petrol-powered railmotors which were used on the network in the early part of the 20th century. ....

http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/06/12/co-do...trol-railmotors
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Roger Farnworth
post 22 Jun 2020, 14:05
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This post covers the remaining length of the Glenties Branch. I have been unable to find early photographs of the locations along the line.

http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/06/22/co-do...ore-to-glenties
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