2800 class Railcars of Iarnród Éireann.
Iarnród Éireann's 2800 class railcars were built by Tokyu Car Corporation, Yokohama city, Japan and entered service in 2000.
There are twenty units split into ten pairs.
The 2800 class now predomintely work out of Limerick and can be observed working serices to Ennis / Galway, Ballybrophy, Limerick Junction / Waterford. For more technicial information click here.


2801 leads a Heuston-Kildare service past Stacummy Bridge on 19-February-2005.

2802 on a Kildare-Heuston working near Hazelhatch 20-August-2005.
2803 works a Heuston-Kildare service with a 2x2600 in tow at Stacummy Bridge on 09-July-2004.
2800s were replaced by 29000s on all Heuston-Newbridge/Kildare services in 2007.

2806, still in delivered orange livery, is seen working a Portarlington-Connolly GAA special non stop through an as yet unaltered at Hazlehatch on 19-June-2005.


2807 leads a four-car set on the 0950 Drogheda-Dublin Connolly seen near Mosney, Co. Meath on


2810 leads a 6 piece of mixed livery on a Drogheda-Dublin Connolly service seen near Mosney on 14-June-2004.

2811 on a working to Maynooth enters Clonsilla station while crossing the busy Clonsilla-Lucan road on
30-September 2005.

2816 works a Kildare-Dublin Heuston service past the Red Barn at Stacumny bridge on 09-July-2004.
Newbridge turnback had not come into use at this stage and all services ran to/from Kildare.


2817 on a Dublin Heuston-Kildare service entering Hazlehatch on 09-July-2004.


2819 leads a six car consist on the 0853 Connolly-Dundalk after stopping at Gormonston on 05-April-2008.


Another eight car consist, this time 2820 leads the 1315 Pearse-Drogheda north of Gormonston on