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We proceeded north from Killarney National Park, to the Dingle Peninsula. The semi-official beginning of the peninsula is at the town of Inch, where may be found this spectacular 20-mile long beach , where Alex and I made a stop.

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I neared the railroad crossing in what turned out to be one of the apparently rare moments when no train is going by. Within a couple of minutes, a train, laden with miles of coalcars began to rumble slowly past. While it was passing, another train passed in the other direction. I'm glad that I never crossed the tracks, because I might still be down there if I had.
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