Number of records in editorial history: 2
anonymous contributor
2018-02-17 16:32
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
The Ghost Train of Cappagh
Some years after the railway here was built, a train which was driven by a driver who was Nick named "Hell Fire Jack" was travelling from Tipperary to Cahir Station ran off the line at the Bansha side of Cappagh Red Bridge.
The driver and several others were killed while the fireman who jumped off was saved.
Some years later farmers who lived near the scene of the accident saw several times at the middle of the night a train of light coming down the line and at the Red Bridge it rose like a ball of fire into the air and vanished.
anonymous contributor
2016-10-19 12:44
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
The Ghost Train of Cappagh
Some years after the railway her was built a train which was driven by a driver who was nick named "Hell Fire Jack" was travelling from Tipperary to Cahir Station ran off the line at the Bansha side of Cappagh Red Bridge.
The driver and several others were killed while the fireman who jumped off was save.
Some years later farmers who lived near the scene of the accident saw several times at the middle of the night a train of light coming down the line and at the Red Bridge it rose like a ball of fire into the air and vanished.