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Mogeely Rally was held this year on July 10, 2005 in absolutely brilliant weather conditions as it was a glorious day. Exhibitors were up by about 50% over last year and the public turnout was tremendous.

We have selected from this rally cars which were not at either Innishannon 2005 or Charleville 2005 and if you look at the combined photos of all three you have a pretty representative collection.

The museum was represented this year by Translink 2531, a Bristol RELL6G which looked brilliant in the sunshine and performed flawlessly.

En Route being passed by a Bus Eireann "VC" class.

Brian Ainsworth with 2531. He drove her to the Rally.

Entering the Rally Ground.

Rear View of 2531 which was absolutely gleaming.

John Quirke with 2531.

A rare now Vauxhall Cresta.

An early Rover.


Austin Chummy.

Ford Prefect.

The inevitable Rolls Royce.


Morris 1300

Ford Mustang which was immaculate.

Dash of the Mustang.

A not too old Volvo.

Even Older Volvo.

1960's Dodge.

Dodge Dash.

Austin A 40 Devon.

The dash brings back memories.

Beautiful Model A Ford.

Rear of same.

Dass is not over endowed with gauges.

A lovely Rover P4.

Magnificent Interior.

A much modified VW Beetle fornm the front.

Beetle Rear End.


Fabulous Interior.

Morris 8 Tourer.

A rather simple dash.

Rover P5.

Morris Minor Traveller.

Riley 4/72


Atkinson originally Irish

Guy Warrior.

Dennis Fire Engine.


The inevitabel threshing unit.

Stone Crushing.

Row of tractors. Over 100 were present.

Typical of the Ford exhibits.

A rrae John Deere from the 1920's.

John Quirke, our museum Vice-President with his beautifully restored Ford.

Drivers Section.

Full rear view.

One of our staff Marcela Pribylova with John Quirke, Brian Ainsworth and Dennis.