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The Straffan Steam Museum is housed in a church which once stood by the Inchicore railway works in Dublin. It is located on the site of Lodge Park, a former "big house", and has an 18th century walled garden.
The museum contains a collection of prototype model locomotives and live steam engines. Two of the locomotives were used in the late 19th century by the Great Northern Railway.
The museum has a selection of steam engines used for industrial propulsion, including a huge beam engine used in the Midleton whiskey distillery, a pumping engine employed in Jameson's distillery in Dublin, and a large beam engine installed in Smithwick's brewery, Kilkenny, in 1847.
Location: The Steam Museum. Lodge Park, Straffan