Dir: Martin McDonagh
Starring: Brendan Gleeson and Rúaidhrí Conroy

A man on a train journey whose wife has died that morning, encounters a strange and possibly psychotic young oddball

This black and bloody short Irish comedy is set almost entirely onboard a train. Filmed on the Waterford-Rosslare line it features a Class 141 GM diesel on Cravens stock with a Mk1 generator coach. There are several shots from the window of the train, one of it departing from Waterford, and several stations feature throughout, though only Campile and Wellingtonbridge are currently identified. The bridge over the River Barrow linking the Counties of Kilkenny and Wexford is also briefly seen through the window of the train. The Waterford-Rosslare line closed in September 2010.

Brendan Gleeson stood on an as yet unknown station
His train arrives hauled by a Class 141 GM diesel
The majority of the film takes place inside a Cravens coach
There are several shots from the train, this one shows it departing from Waterford
Whilst this one shows it curving round the coast
The train crosses the River Barrow
The train stands at Campile whilst the railway authorities and the police carry out their investigations
This, meanwhile, is looking out from the station building at Wellingtonbridge. The wagons in the background were used on Irish Rail’s lucrative beet traffic.