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The Tralee & Blennerville Railway

The Tralee & Blennerville Steam Railway was originally opened as part of the Tralee & Dingle Light Railway in 1891. From its opening, the line struggled to cover its operating expenses, and when the area's roads were improved in the 1903s, its fate was sealed. All passenger services were withdrawn in 1939, and the line was effectively closed in 1947.

In 1993, the section between Tralee and Blennerville Windmill was restored and reopened as a heritage railway, to maximise panoramas of the attractive surrounding countryside. The railway runs occasional steam services, though many trains are hauled by heritage diesels.

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