Sketching at Heuston station this Sunday (the 6th)

On Sunday 6th of April the Dublin Sketchers are going to Heuston Station.
The station opened on 4 August 1846[1] as the terminus and headquarters of the Great Southern and Western Railway (GS&WR). It was originally called Kingsbridge Station from the nearby Kings Bridge over the Liffey, but was renamed in 1966 after Sean Heuston, an Easter Rising leader who had worked in the station offices.

We'll meet at 2pm at the main entrance

This week's optional challenge is to draw one of the trains.

If you've not been before, you'll spot us easily as we'll be holding our sketch pads. Don't worry if you're late - just get stuck in with the drawing.

We'll meet at one of the not so busy cafes inside afterwards.
Hope to see you there!