Bord Na Mona Railways

The first peat railway ran at Lullymore in the 1930s and networks now operate at 15 locations. They carry mainly milled peat for five electricity generating stations and three briquette factories. Peat for horticulture and sod peat for domestic fuel are also handled.

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