Thurles railway station
The 15:46 for Dublin (Heuston) arriving at Platform 1 at Thurles
|Place||Railway Road(platform 2) and Abbey Road (platform 1) Thurles|
|Local authority||Thurles Town Council|
|Platforms in use||3|
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Thurles railway station is near the centre of Thurles town, County Tipperary in Ireland. The station has two through platforms and one terminating platform. It is a major station on the Dublin-Cork line with an average of 17 trains in both directions daily.
The station was the location of the arrest of William Smith O'Brien on 5 August 1848 while he was waiting for a train after an unsuccessful insurrection in Ballingarry in South Tipperary. There is a plaque at the station commemorating the event.
The station opened on 13 March 1848.
Thurles station has three times won the Irish Rail Best Intercity Station prize.
An IE 22000 Class serves Thurles
|Preceding station||Iarnród Éireann||Following station|
Dublin-Cork Main Line
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