A 2021 report said it should urgently be removed and replaced to keep it from collapsing and possibly injuring someone. Some work has been done since then to patch it up.
To Cut Fuel Use and Pollution, Irish Rail Adds New Transmissions and Batteries to Its Trains
At the Inchicore Railway Works, Stephen Campbell and his team have been working for more than four years on ways to green Irish Rail’s fleet.
Left by the Council to Sit Vacant, a Pipe Burst in Inchicore Library Bringing the Ceiling Down
A local group had been pushing the council to get into the building, to make sure it was being cared for – fearing something like this might happen.
In Inchicore, Council Unveils Plans for Its Flagship Public Housing Project
Local councillors welcomed the plans, including confirmation that all the homes will be social or affordable, but also flagged the high proportion of studios.
After 50 Years of Dry Cleaning Duvets and Tumble Drying Trousers, a Dublin Washeteria’s Cycle Ends
“It’s an old establishment, it’s part of Inchicore,” says Peter Keegan. “Another story, another chapter.”
In Inchicore, Artists Gather to Draw Comics Together
Instead of pursuing careful perfection alone, they try to loosen up and collaborate on wacky, silly, off-the-cuff works. And now, they have a base.
Council Rethinking What’s Next for the Old Inchicore Library Building
Construction inflation has scotched its push to renovate it and reopen as a library, said a council spokesperson.
Contaminating Leaks Into the Waterways Near Blackhorse Bridge Seem to Have Been a Long-Running Concern
Issues began well before excavating contractors hit a cable late last year, prompting the placement of the booms now on the canal, ESB emails suggest.
For 175 Years, Keeping the Trains Running Has Been a Family Business at the Inchicore Railway Works
Today, some workers there are treading the same floors as their fathers, grandfathers, and even great-grandfathers.
Council Has Again Nudged Back Timeline for Hundreds of “Affordable” and Social Homes in Inchicore
It’s also expecting to bump up the number of homes to be built on the land at St Michael’s Estate, suggests a response to a councillor’s query.