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Cluain Dalláin
Clondulane is located in Ireland
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°08′33″N 08°13′24″W / 52.14250°N 8.22333°W / 52.14250; -8.22333
Country  Ireland
Province Munster
County County Cork
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1)

Clondulane (Irish: Cluain Dalláin)[1] is a village in north County Cork, Ireland, 3.5m east of Fermoy, just off the Main Fermoy-Dungarvan Road. Originally built as a camp for the workers of a Cork Milling Company grain mill, it now has a population of over 200. However, with 60 new houses being built in the immediate area, this is soon to rise dramatically.

Unusually, there are three large houses of note in the village: Clondulane, Glandulane, and Careysville Houses, the latter being owned by the Duke of Devonshire and used as a lodging house during the salmon season. Along with 4 housing estates and many stand alone dwellings, there is a school, community centre, public house, playing fields, park, disused railway station, factory and the remains of a Protestant church and graveyard.



Clondulane railway station opened on 27 September 1872, but closed on 27 March 1967.[2] It was located on the now dismantled Waterford to Mallow line and served by the Rosslare to Cork boat train.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Placenames Database of Ireland. Cluain Dalláin Verified 2011-03-05.
  2. ^ "Clondulane station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-09-17. 
  3. ^
  • Nielstrom, N (1992) "Cork Milling Company", Falon Publishing, Dublin, Ireland.

Coordinates: 52°08′33″N 8°13′24″W / 52.14250°N 8.22333°W / 52.14250; -8.22333