Killinick railway station

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Cill Fhionnóg
Location Killinick, County Wexford
Coordinates 52°15′42″N 6°27′30″W / 52.2618°N 6.4582°W / 52.2618; -6.4582Coordinates: 52°15′42″N 6°27′30″W / 52.2618°N 6.4582°W / 52.2618; -6.4582
Original company Fishguard and Rosslare Railways and Harbours
Pre-grouping Great Southern and Western Railway
Post-grouping Great Southern Railways
Key dates
1 August 1906 Station opens
3 November 1975 Station closes for goods traffic
6 September 1976 Station closes to passengers
1979 Excursions cease

Killinick railway station served the villages of Killinick, Orristown and Assally in County Wexford, Ireland.

The station opened on 30 August 1906 as Orristown Junction. It was renamed to Assally Junction and finally to Killinick. The station closed in 1976. Excursions had stopped by 1979.[1]

Local Link route 387 serves Killinick village several times a day each way linking it to Wexford, Rosslare Strand and Rosslare Europort. Wexford Bus also serve the village several times each weekday on their route between Wexford and Rosslare Strand.[2] It is also served on Fridays-only by Bus Éireann route 378 (Churchtown to Wexford).[3],[4]


Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Bridgetown   Great Southern and Western Railway
  Rosslare Strand
  Great Southern and Western Railway
  Wexford South