In 1961 ESB's Rural Electrification Office provided a mobile laundry service to the Rás Tailteann cycle race across Ireland. Read more about their time on the road with the Rás.
Between 30—31 May 1933, a convoy carrying massive components of a generator bound for Ardnacrusha Power Station made its way through the streets of Limerick city, passing the well-known landmarks of King John’s Castle, and the Treaty Stone. Check out our gallery of rare transport imagery below. Gallery click any image to begin slideshow These… Continue Reading
A look at the heavy haulage vehicles in ESB 1934 – 2003
ESB is delighted to partner with the St Patrick’s Festival to highlight 90 years of innovating and creating a brighter future for Ireland.
On Saturday 1 September 1962, the Irish Railway Record Society (IRRS) organised the first passenger train ever to operate to Ardnacrusha power station.
We've updated our gallery of transport images (1920s-1970s)
ESB Vans & Trucks through the decades