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The attached photos show 2-2-2 No 36 of the Great Southern and Western Railway, which is currently on display, stuffed and mounted, in the entrance to Cork Station. The information available states that it was built in 1847 by Bury, Curtis and Kennedy and remained in service until 1874. There does not seem to be much more on the web. 

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Can anyone provide any more information please?

Many thanks

Eric

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it was built in I think 1846 by bury Curtis and kennedy in either Liverpool or Manchester for the opening of the great southern and Weston railway without looking in the books my dad said that's only from memory its been there for a long time my dad said he will find the exact details out tonight so I can write those up for you hope this helps

 

Phil

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