Here are some scans of slides that I found earlier. Apologies for the quality. I am not sure why but the originals are far better quality than the scans have turned out. Photo 1 The Driver of 211 receives instructions from the shunter at Heuston Goods. This loco was tripping to and from North wall during the day. Photo 2 083 descends Inchicore bank with an incoming Galway to Heuston service. Photo 3 073 storms up Inchicore bank with the 1745 Heuston to Limerick (via Limerick Curve). Most other Limerick services were provided by a shuttle to/from Limerick Jct, or by a Limerick to Ballbrophy service which connected into a Cork or Tralee working. Photo 4 As the afternoon heats up, 076 runs light engine from Inchicore to pick up its main line working out of Dublin. Photo 5 Metropolitans Vickers A class 050 drops down light engine on the Third Line on Inchicore bank towards Islandbridge Jct from where it ran to North Wall goods yard. Photo 6 B Class 144 descends Inchicore bank with the incoming afternoon Waterford to Heuston service. Note the Cravens steel and wooden bodied vehicles, which were then the norm on this line. Photo 7 B class 173 storms through Islandbridge Jct with the 1710 (FO) Heuston to Ballina. Normally Ballina was worked as a branch shuttle except for a FO ex Heuston and a SuO afternoon return service. Photo 8 Having been held back until after the evening flight of Down services, 050 sets of to tackle Inchicore bank with the evening Dublin (North Wall) to Cork goods Guiness Liner. The Guiness kegs are simply stacked in open wagons. As he sets off the driver will be mindful of the need to storm the bank as hard as he can as this train was regularly looted if it lost speed on the bank. Photo 9 Metropolitan Vickers A class 012 storms through Islandbridge Jct with the evening Dublin North Wall Container Terminal to Waterford Bell Ferries container service. This service was normally worked a brace of 141/181s Photo 10 As evening falls B class 144 having been shunt released runs out to Inchicore Depot for maintenance and fuel.