The Wanderer's Photos is a contemporary photographic website which features the latest events on the Irish Rail & LUAS networks with occasional forays to Northern Ireland, the U.K. and beyond.
The website was created in August 2006 on fotopic.net. Fotopic.net closed in March 2011 and a new hosting website had to be found. After considering Flickr & Zenfolio, I found Smugmug met my requirements and the website was rebuilt over a six month period with 10,000 photographs uploaded to the new website which had been hosted on fotopic.
Over the last nine years, The Wanderer's Photographs has developed an extensive collection of over 26,000 photographs from 2005 to the present day chronicling the demise of widespread locomotive hauled Intercity Services & the introduction of the trains that replaced them, the "Intercity Railcars", railway & tramway openings to railway closures.
In recent years the website has expanded to include a merchandise section and has social media accounts on Facebook & Twitter.
If you wish to get in touch, you can contact me via email or social media using the links below:
Thank you for visiting The Wanderer's Photographs.
All images © 2005-2015 The Wanderer, unless otherwise indicated.
Unauthorised use prohibited.
Gallery updates and Latest News
* August 2015updated 31st August *
* Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park updated 30th August 2015 *
* Railways of Bord na Mona updated 30th August 2015 *
* Wednesday 26th August Day Trip to London updated 28th August *
* Facebook Group on Irish Railways *
* New 2016 Calendar *
The new Southern Steam Calendar for 2016 is now available for mail order. This calendar features images of RPSI Steam Trains from the Munster area. Price is €10.00 + €3.00 Post & Packing. For all enquiries & ordering please contact Kevin Meany (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ken Fox (email@example.com) directly. Paypal is accepted. All proceeds will go to Pieta House (www.pieta.ie). A worthy cause.
Slideshow of the Week
The 80 Class is a type of diesel electric multiple unit formerly used by Northern Ireland Railways. They were affectionately nicknamed 'Thumpers' by rail enthusiasts due to the thumping noise their engines produced.