Lecture on Great Northern Railway architecture this Thursday
A lecture on the architecture of the Great Northern Railway will take place in the County Museum this Thursday night at 7pm.
The event has been organised by the Dundalk Railway Heritage Society as part of the ongoing commemorations marking the 60th anniversary of the GNR’s closure on September 30th 1958.
The lecture will be delivered by Ms Siobhan Osgood, a scholarship student at Trinity College Dublin, a widely recognised authority on the history of the GNR.
Ms Osgood is writing a doctoral thesis on the architecture of the GNR and her MPhil dissertation on the GNR at Dundalk won the dissertation prize of the Association of Industrial Archaeology Journal in 2017.
All are welcome. The event is free to attend but voluntary contributions will be appreciated. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture.