Skerries railway station

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View South from Platform 2 Depicting the Brake House on Platform 1
Skerries Iarnród Éireann
Na Sceirí
Location
Place Skerries
Local authority Dublin County Council
Coordinates 53°34′26″N 6°07′08″W / 53.574°N 6.119°W / 53.574; -6.119Coordinates: 53°34′26″N 6°07′08″W / 53.574°N 6.119°W / 53.574; -6.119
Operations
Station code 115
Platforms in use 2
History
1844 Station opens
Iarnród Éireann - Ireland railway stations
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Northern Commuter
To Belfast
Newry (One early morning service per week day only)
Border
Dundalk Clarke
Drogheda-Navan (Freight Only)
Drogheda MacBride
Laytown
Gormanston
Balbriggan
Skerries
Rush & Lusk
Donabate
Malahide(for DART)
Portmarnock
Clongriffin
DART Howth Branch
Howth Junction & Donaghmede
KilbarrackDART
RahenyDART
HarmonstownDART
KillesterDART
Clontarf RoadDART
Dublin Connolly Luas
Luas Red Line (To Dublin Heuston)
Loopline Bridge
Tara Street
Dublin Pearse
(To Bray and Rosslare)

Skerries railway station serves Skerries in County Dublin, Ireland.

History[edit]

The station opened on 25 May 1844.

Preceding station Iarnród Éireann Iarnród Éireann Following station
Rush & Lusk   Commuter
Northern Commuter
  Balbriggan

Description[edit]

The station has no difference to any other railway station in Ireland. It has two platforms for the lines that run through the station. There is a footbridge connecting the platforms. Platform 1 runs south, while platform 2 runs north.

Services[edit]

The commuter train is the only train that stops at the station. The fleet class is the IE 29000 DMU. The only other trains that pass the station is the Dublin to Belfast Enterprise train, the Tara mines Zinc ore freight train led by IE 071 class locos and an out of service transfer intercity train, which fleet class are the IE 22000 DMUs.

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