Dunkettle railway station

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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

Dunkettle railway station was a railway station to the east of Cork in Ireland. It was originally opened on 10 November 1859 and was closed in 1966.[1] As of the early 21st century, plans proposed that a station be reopened at Dunkettle on the Cobh Line as part of the Cork Suburban Rail project. These plans intended that the station would serve the town and area of Glanmire in County Cork. A park and ride facility was also planned.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dunkettle station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-08-31. 


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  Proposed  
Cork Kent   Commuter
Cork-Cobh/Midleton
  Little Island