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Shannon Railway Station, looking south, between 1920 & 1950 1 B&W photo print {very small photo}

Showing 2 steam trains headed in opposite directions about to pass one another. Train (left) has passenger carriages. Commercial area of Plimmer Terrace in the background.

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Shannon Railway Station, looking south, between 1920 & 1950

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