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Ports of Call - Queenstown (Cobh)

Arrangements for Ocean Passengers landing at QUEENSTOWN.

Travellers landing at Queenstown will do well to consult the Great Western Railway Company's representative, who meets all Liners, and who will be pleased to afford full particulars relative to the various tours in Southern Ireland and all places of interest on the Great Western system of Railways.

Convenient tours can be made to the world-renowned Lakes of Killarney, the coach routes of the extreme west, the Vale of Ovoca, made famous by the poet Moore, and many such places unique to Ireland. On completing their round of sight-seeing Passengers can travel direct from any of ,these districts to England by the through Trains to Rosslare Harbour, from whence the Great Western Railway magnificent Turbine Steamers run to Fishguard Harbour, performing the journey in 2 3/4 hours. Specially built vestibuled Restaurant Car (and at night Sleeping Car) Trains run direct to London, via Cardiff, with connections to all parts.

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