The Winter Timetable for the Clogher Valley Railway in Northern Ireland commencing on the 19th September 1938. The railway was never a financial success, and in 1927 of a new Committee of Management was appointed by Tyrone and Fermanagh County Councils. To reduce costs, a diesel rail coach built by Walker Brothers of Wigan was introduced in 1932, and features in the timetable. In 1933 a diesel tractor from Walkers was introduced, which was designed to haul a coach or a few wagons. Despite best efforts, the railway closed on 31st December 1941.