Clonakilty junction and the West Cork Model Railway Village

All that remains now of Clonakilty Junction station (closed 1961) is this large sign – the station itself, beautifully planned and maintained during its time of use, is now a rather uninviting road (the N71). To finish off our day Liz and I went to the West Cork Model Railway Village in Clonakilty town, where we witnessed a crash. Excellent.

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