Adamstown railway station, Dublin
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|Location||Station Road, Adamstown Castle, Lucan, County Dublin, K78 EF64
Republic of Ireland
|Owned by||Iarnród Éireann|
|Operated by||Iarnród Éireann|
|Fare zone||Suburban 2|
|Opened||10 April 2007|
It opened on 10 April 2007. It is just south of the old Lucan South station which closed in 1947.
The station has three through platforms, and was the first Commuter station on the line (other than Dublin Heuston) to have more than two platforms. Following the completion of the Kildare Route Project, which led to the line becoming four-tracked, all platforms could be used.
The station was the first railway station in recent times to be built and paid for by private developers rather than by public money. Another Dublin railway station, Navan Road Parkway on the Western Commuter line, was built in the same way.
- "Timetables". Irish Rail.
- Irish Rail Adamstown Station Website
- Slideshow of construction
- Article on station canopy
- Adamstown planning applications
|Preceding station||Iarnród Éireann||Following station|
South Western Commuter