Posted by Butch on January 15, 2001 at 06:32:48:
In Reply to: Re: Question posted by que on January 15, 2001 at 00:21:12:
Before puberty Que, all girls were equal,In any event i would usually be travelling with the Cawley's whose family came from Newport .The stop at Chambers was a ritual that was conducted with speed as melting ice cream cones for one but more importantly all haste for Mullranny while the sun was out.I remember being with the family while Mrs. Cawley was visting her family and playing with Noel under a old stone bridge where a disused railway track ran. I have dreamt of being a great philanthropist and rebuilding the railroad that ran from Achill Island to Where? I Hear that the first train carried a coffin and so did the last . I guess that the line was uneconomical to run . It would seem a great tourist journey for people to take ."From Dublin to Doagh" See the breathtaking splendour of the West of Ireland in comfort while green jacketed waiters bring you tea and toast oh oh i'm getting carried away again Que must be those pretty girls.
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