Irish Rail, "Na hIarnród Éireann", when spoken in Gaelic over the trains intercom sounds like:
"Ne herein nordaire"
"neither here nor there".
A short portrait made from 16mm film bits from the 1990's. The trains running on the Cobh to Cork line were pulled by heavy diesel engines. Now they are electric, I believe. The sound track is of the DART line recorded on the way out to Howth 20 years later. Tea is served many miles away in West Cork. The old leaves are to be shaken out and pot scalded with boiling water, then shaken out just so. Bone dry leaves are tossed in and boiling water poured in on top. This produces the perfect brew, Peter said in 1978 or so.