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Our friendly staff offer a warm welcome to all visitors, individuals or in parties. Special discounts are available for pre-booked tours. Wheelchair friendly access to exhibits. What is there to see? restored coach 28 restored railcar trailer 5...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Tirconnell Street | The Old Station House, Donegal Town 00000, Ireland
This was not an immediate attraction due to its low key visibility. But what a great place for information about the railway history of this area. No entrance fee and reliant on donations. After an hour looking at the comprehensive displays and excellent video, spent...More
The place itself is small and quaint but is really geared towards a visitor with a keen interest in rail. My 3 year old son went hoping to find Thomas and Friends but sadly they don't really cater for children and this could be an...More
A must for hardcore railway fans or anyone with an interest in Donegal's local history.
I found it fascinating but then I am a railway nutter. I suspect anyone without a railway enthusiasm might be less interested.
They've got great hopes for the future and...More
Can't fault the staff. the but the museum its self was dissapointing not much to see and a bit naff.
The video that was running we couldn't get into see as the room was rather small and had 7 people already in there.the carriages were...More
This is a small museum that's only a very short walk from the town center. There are signs and exhibits with lots of detail and a model railroad with a scale model reproduction of the Donegal train station and other things from the area. There's...More
If you are a railway buff this is well worth visiting. Set in the old railway station there is plenty of memorabilia with some old cine film from the 1950s. Five Euro entry fee includes tea or coffee - you can’t do better.
Went to Santa’s grotto with my family and I have to say we were all very pleased with the experience. The grotto was great and Santa was so welcoming and pleasant. The kids were treated to history lesson on the old train station from a...More
Located centrally in Donegal, this is a must-see for any train enthusiast.
Lots of details on the history of the trains around the local area.
There is an interesting video running... and running .. and running. Was a bit long and filmed by an enthusiast....More