We offer tourists and enthusiasts a variety of Narrow Gauge Trains, Buses, Planes, Fire Engines and Artillery. The museum that was established in 1993, is run entirely by volunteers. Trains run every weekend and Mondays. The museum is located beside the Irish Rail station in Dromod on the grounds of the old Cavan and Leitrim Railway yard.
Today 0.4 kilometers has been restored and remains preserved after its closure in 1959. Following the closure, all which remained in Dromod was the Station House, the engine shed and water tower. Today they have been restored and are been preserved. One of the original locos (no. 2) and one of the original carriages are preserved and on display at the Ulster Folk Park and Transport Museum, Cultra and No. 3 "Lady Edith" is in the United States at the New Jersey Museum of Transportation.
We are open all year round. It is important to note our museum is primarily outdoors, therefore tours are subject to weather conditions.
Contact us by Phone on (00353) 071-9638599
or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Office Open||Tues-Fri (NO Tours!)|
|Open All year|
|Children (Under 16)||€ 5.00|
|Senior Citizen||€ 5.00|
|Tickets available in Ticket office|
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