This old seat of the O’Briens, now the capital of Limerick county, a parliamentary borough and a thriving port, has a population of about 67,000, lies in a flat part of Munster 50 miles from the mouth of the Shannon.
Leaving the station of Charleville, we re-enter the county of Limerick, and pass on to the station of Bruree, from thence to Rosstemple, Croom, and Patrick’s Well, at which point the line unites with the Limerick and Foynes railway. A distance of 7¼ miles further conducts the traveller to
Limerick to Foynes
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