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46 Km of closed railway becomes the Waterford Greenway

Isn’t it a wonderful thing when something great becomes of an empty space, an unused quarry, a¬†felled forest¬†or in this case… an old unused railway line. Waterford sits down on the sunny South East of Ireland and 50 years to the day of the last passenger jaunt, opened up what has been received as a

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The Indians have some Irish in them…

The history of the Indian motorbikes is linked to an Irish Engineer who firstly began racing for Indian in the Isle of Man TT Races in 1911 before being brought to Massachusetts in 1917 to work as an engineer for Indian, designing and crafting the Model O, Scout, 101 Scout and Dispatch Tow.