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The International Exhibition (sometimes Cork International Exhibition) was a world's fair held in Cork, Ireland, in 1902, 50 years after the first world's fair held in Ireland, in Cork. This was when Ireland was still part of the United Kingdom.

One of the industrial exhibits was 'Engine 36' originally built by Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy to run services from Dublin to Cork.


Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Engine No. 36 On View In Kent Train Station

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)

Old Steam Engine - Kent Railway Station (Cork City)