Hibernia was a steam locomotive designed by Richard Roberts and built by Sharp, Roberts and Company in 1834 for the Dublin and Kingstown Railway (D&KR). The locomotive had vertical cylinders driving via bell cranks.
Hibernia was built in 1834 for the D&KR. It was one of a class of three similar locomotives. Like Experiment, power transmission from the vertical cylinders was via bell cranks.
Hibernia pulled the first train on the D&KR on 9 October 1834, which consisted of eight carriages.