The Great Western Railway would take you up the coast of the U.K. from Fishguard Harbor to Hollyhead, cross there via St. Patrick to Dublin.
The descriptions are wonderful -- "magnificently appointed, sea passage under three hours, and about 22 1/2 knots an hour."
Does anyone have any information about this particular Railway and the passage to and from Ireland?
|Fredrick Simpson , March 1906. Dover Press|