Cobh Road Train
The last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic was the historical town of Cobh.
Perched high on a steep hill overlooking one of the finest natural harbours in the world, Cobh is Ireland’s most magnificent harbour town.
The most relaxing, informative and fun way to view Cobh’s historic sites and beautiful sea vistas is aboard the Cobh Road Train.
As you meander gently up and down the hilly Victorian streetscape, taking in the panoramic views, our knowledgeable and friendly driver/guide will inform you of Cobh’s fascinating history. You will be enthralled!
Ideal for young and old alike, Cobh Road Train takes you through the town stopping at:
- A spectacular viewing point which provides an opportunity to view the last mooring of the Titanic. The panorama of the inner and outer harbour and the historic Haulbowline Island is breathtaking!
- The famous and historic St. Colman’s Cathedral.
Ideal locations for photo opportunities, passengers are afforded the opportunity to disembark and enjoy the surroundings.
The perfect choice in any type of weather, Cobh Road Train is both fun and informative. All key historical areas are highlighted with particular emphasis on Cobh’s maritime and architectural links. There is no better way to quickly acquire an insight into ”all things Cobh”.
The journey takes approximately 45 minutes and some 8 trips per day are provided. The train departs from the centre of town, from where the last passengers embarked the Titanic.
Rates for 2013:
Adult – €8.00
Child – €5.00
Family – €20.00 (2+2)
Special Group Rates and Private Tour Bookings can be arranged on request.
Trips Can Be Booked By
Ringing: 085 – 1363393
The service is a great addition to the suite of tourist attractions in the magnificent town of Cobh and we hope that you will visit the town and enjoy the experience.