Blarney railway station

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This article is about the proposed station. For the historical station, see Blarney (CMLR) railway station.
Mallow to Youghal/Cóbh
Dublin to Cork mainline
Mallow-Waterford line (closed)
Mallow
Mallow–Tralee line
Mourne Abbey (closed)
Rathduff (closed)
Blarney(proposed)
Monard(proposed)
Kilbarry(proposed)
Cork Kent
Tivoli (closed)
Dunkettle (closed)
Little Island
Glounthaune
Carrigtwohill West(proposed)
Carrigtwohill
Midleton
Mogeely (closed)
Killeagh (closed)
Youghal (closed)
Fota
Carrigaloe
Rushbrooke
Cobh

Blarney railway station is a proposed railway station in Blarney on the Cork Suburban Rail line in Metropolitan Cork, Ireland. As of January 2017, the station does not exist.

While Blarney had been served from 1887 to 1934 by the Blarney CMLR (light rail) station on the town square, plans for a new station called for it to be built outside the centre, at a former goods yard used by Dairygold (a dairy and agribusiness).[citation needed]

Although initially forecast to open in 2008, this was pushed back due to the recession,[citation needed] and largely shelved by October 2013.[1]


Preceding station   Iarnrod Eireann simple logo 2013.png Iarnród Éireann   Following station
  Proposed  
Monard   Commuter
Cork-Mallow
  Mallow

References[edit]

  1. ^ "End of the line for commuter rail stations". Irish Examiner. 28 October 2013.