County Dublin, County Kildare, County Wicklow (Ireland)
Director : Nigel Patrick Production Company : Viceroy Films Ltd. Region : IRELAND
An atheist upsets the inhabitants of the village in which he has retired and dares God to strike him dead . . . .
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johno050. As the trial recommences in Dublin, the train pulls into a station some miles from it's destination. The running in board at Carrickmines railway station, in County Dublin at the time of filming.
johno050n. Mark wonders what was wrong with the original sign. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno051. The locomotive brings the train into Carrickmines station.
johno051n. Mark couldn't wait for the next train. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno052. Father Carey leaves the train to make a phone call. Carrickmines has been included in the county of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown since 1994.
johno053. As he reaches road level, a police car screeches to a halt at the station entrance. Facing Glenamuck Road North in Carrickmines, Dublin 18.
johno053n. This is the best angle Mark could achieve as the footbridge has long gone. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno054. Father Carey runs down onto the other platform. The former Up Platform at Carrickmines station on the route between Bray and Dublin Harcourt Street.
johno054n. Mark advises that the platforms are now located further south of the original train station. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno055. Realising that the departing train is his only escape, Father Carey climbs back on. Carrickmines station closed on 1st January 1959 but reopened in 2010 as a stop on the Green Line of Dublin’s Luas system.
johno055n. Oh for things as there were Mark. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno056. Dublin’s Westland Row station on Westland Row to the south of the River Liffey.
johno057. Now exposed as Mrs. Wheeler, Johnny's wife waits on the platform as the train terminates.
johno058. Avoiding detection, Father Carey picks up a crate to hide his face. Westland Row station was renamed Dublin Pearse in 1966.
johno059. While watching a Priest being questioned by the police, Mrs. Wheeler spots Father Carey. Westland Row station, Dublin 2.