• Irish Mail at Conway by Eric Bottomley

A rebuilt LMS Royal Scot 4-6-0 with down The Irish Mail express train is seen passing Conway Castle, North Wales in 1959. 
The 'Irish Mail' was the oldest named train in the world. It ran between Holyhead and London Euston connecting with sailings from Dublin. The first Irish Mail train left Euston Station at 8.45pm on 1st August 1848 and was timed to arrive at Holyhead at 6.45am the following morning.

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Irish Mail at Conway by Eric Bottomley

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