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West Clare Railway

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Moyasta Station | Moyasta, Ireland
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Michael you a very late today.

Arrived just prior to 1 pm when the first train was to depart. The only people around were the... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
Rowan B
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Melbourne, Australia
It looks as if it has closed

I visited Moyasta station at 3.45 pm on Monday 12/06/2017. The place was deserted and neglected... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Leslie_Arthur
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County Tipperary, Ireland
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9 Aug 2017
“Michael you a very late today.”
13 Jun 2017
“It looks as if it has closed”
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Moyasta Station | Moyasta, Ireland

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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Arrived just prior to 1 pm when the first train was to depart. The only people around were the waiting potential passengers, abovut 14 of them. But no ticket office open, no station house open, a quiet train at the platform and not a staff...More

3  Thank Rowan B
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Reviewed 13 June 2017

I visited Moyasta station at 3.45 pm on Monday 12/06/2017. The place was deserted and neglected, with nothing to suggest that it has recently been open or would ever be open again. The website gives opening times for 2016 as 1-4 pm (implying daily) from...More

3  Thank Leslie_Arthur
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Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Dropped by here on Easter Sunday. Got into conversation with Jackie Whelan who set up this bit of history. Absolutely fascinating talking to him. He is so passionate about the museum and has great plans to set up a National Railway Museum. Using his own...More

4  Thank Trevor W
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Reviewed 6 August 2016

Travelled from Tralee on the Shannon river ferry with steam enthusiast family, so got there early before published opening time of 1pm to 4pm which gave us time to eat our lunch. Unfortunately as the clock approached 1pm there was no sign of anyone at...More

3  Thank smwgeorgeEngland
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Reviewed 15 June 2016

We visited on the Sunday of the Bank Holiday weekend when fortunately the steam engine was in service. OK, the place is a bit ramshackle, but for me that greatly added to the charm. It was a much more authentic than so many glossy, artificial...More

1  Thank ricklangley
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Reviewed 15 May 2016

A major achievement by Jackie and his family, who have restored 3/4 mile of the old West Clare Railway and one of it's engines. It was a shame that the day we visited was not a steam day (we were aware of this), but Jackie's...More

Thank Andykeithharris
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Reviewed 19 March 2015

The Slieve Callan restoration project is and was a magnificent example of what one man can do in the face of adversity. I was outraged by some of the negative comments on here from people who clearly had no idea the amount of blood, sweat...More

4  Thank Edward W
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Reviewed 26 August 2014

This is an attraction that will have children and dads having a great day out. Ride on the train with Diesel engine was very enjoyable. There are special days for the steam locomotive. Staff have a real love of this restoration project that is still...More

2  Thank gapthunt
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Reviewed 22 August 2014

Jackie and his family (with, no doubt help from friends and community) have done a wonderful job preserving this little piece of narrow gauge railway history. I wish them all success in the future. Peter Wise.

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Reviewed 30 July 2014

On one of the few wet & miserable Saturday's this summer we wondered where we could picnic. Arriving at the WCR we asked if we could buy some tea & have our picnic in the dining car/cafe ... we were warmly invited and had a...More

6  Thank BernieH001
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theniceguy
17 July 2017|
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Response from Trevor W | Reviewed this property |
Yes but you should phone in advance. It is run as a hobby by a Jackie Whelan who owns a recycling company in Ennis. He only opens for limited hours at weekends. Despite this I would urge you to go. He is so passionate about... More
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ruthiejane
25 August 2015|
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Response from Trevor W | Reviewed this property |
We spent approx 1 1/2hours with him and didn't notice the time passing. 20 minutes was on the free ride on the old railway. He is so interesting. Some of the exhibits reminded me of the days I used to get the train from... More
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