Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway - War Years - Irish Civil War

Irish Civil War

The railway suffered extensive damage during the Irish Civil War of 1922-1923. The workshops at Passage were damaged. The viaduct at Douglas was partly destroyed, but was repaired (mainly by engineers of the Irish Army).

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