Dublin–Waterford railway line

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Kildare to Waterford line
Kildare railway station 1.jpg
Kildare railway station.
Overview
Type Inter-city rail, Heavy rail
System Iarnród Éireann
Status Operational
Locale Republic of Ireland
Termini Kildare
Waterford
Stations 7
Operation
Opened 1844
Operator(s) Iarnród Éireann
InterCity
Character Primary
Rolling stock 22000 Class
Technical
Number of tracks Single track and Double track
Track gauge 1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in) Irish gauge
Route map
Phoenix Park Tunnel
to Dublin Connolly
Luas Red Line
to Dublin Connolly & The Point
Dublin Heuston Luas
Luas Red Line
to Tallaght & Saggart
Inchicore Works
Park West and Cherry Orchard
M50 motorway
Clondalkin/Fonthill
Kishoge(yet to open)
Adamstown
Hazelhatch and Celbridge
Grand Canal
Straffanclosed
Sallins and Naas
River Liffey
Newbridge
Kildare
to Cork and Westport/Galway
M7 motorway
Athy
Carlow
Muine Bheag
River Barrow
Kilkenny
to Portlaoise
Thomastown
River Nore
to Limerick
to Mallow
Waterford West goods yard
Waterford
to Rosslare

The Kildare-Waterford line is a railway line connecting Dublin with the major port of Waterford City in County Waterford. The line is part of the significant network of InterCity routes connected to the Dublin-Cork Main Line from Dublin Heuston. The line was constructed by the GSWR, At Cherryville Junction, Co. Kildare the line splits from the Cork line. Both passenger and Freight services run on the line. Passenger services are operated by the 22000 Class DMUs run by InterCity.

Services[edit]

There are up to nine daily services between Waterford - Dublin Heuston - Waterford. (Monday - Saturday)

There are four services between Waterford - Dublin Heuston - Waterford. (Sunday)