The Beet Campaign :: Shared Description

The Beet Campaign was the name given to the transfer of sugar beet, by rail, from the grower to the beet factory. It ran from October to January and involved the use of wagons normally kept in storage, often running in very long trains. South Wexford saw the most rail activity.
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22 images use this description:

S8513 : Loading beet at Wellington Bridge by The Carlisle Kid
N8767 : Beet train, Navan by Albert Bridge
S8513 : Wellingtonbridge railway station (2) by Albert Bridge
S7215 : Beet train, Campile by Albert Bridge
N0341 : Sugar beet train, Athlone by Albert Bridge
S8114 : Taylorstown viaduct near Wellingtonbridge by Albert Bridge
S4619 : Beet train at Fiddown by Albert Bridge
S7715 : Beet train near Ballycullane by Albert Bridge
S0525 : Beet train at Cahir by Albert Bridge
M6030 : Sugar beet train near Attymon Jct by Albert Bridge
M4545 : Belville beet siding by The Carlisle Kid
M5930 : Attymon Jct (5) by Albert Bridge
S7915 : Beet train, Ballycullane by Albert Bridge
S4022 : Freight train at Carrick-on-Suir by The Carlisle Kid
S2823 : Beet train at Kilsheelan by The Carlisle Kid
N1838 : Beet train, Moate (November 1981) by Albert Bridge
S8513 : Wellington Bridge station at night by The Carlisle Kid
S8513 : Beet train, Wellingtonbridge by Albert Bridge
S1157 : Thurles sugar beet factory (1981) by Albert Bridge
S6814 : Railway and train at Kilmokea near Waterford by Albert Bridge
S8513 : Beet train at Wellington Bridge by The Carlisle Kid
S2023 : Beet train at Clonmel by The Carlisle Kid

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Created: Fri, 16 Mar 2012, Updated: Fri, 16 Mar 2012

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