List of closed railway stations in Ireland

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This is a list of closed railway stations in Ireland. Year of passenger closure is given if known. Stations reopened as Heritage railways continue to be included in this list and some have been linked. Some stations have been reopened to passenger traffic. Some lines are still in use for freight and mineral traffic.

Station
(Town, unless in station name)
County Rail company Year opened Year closed Coordinates
Abbeydorney Kerry Great Southern and Western 1880 1963 52°20′56″N 9°41′18″W / 52.349°N 9.6883°W / 52.349; -9.6883
Abbeyfeale Limerick Great Southern and Western 1880 1963 52°23′38″N 9°18′04″W / 52.3940°N 9.3012°W / 52.3940; -9.3012
Abbeyleix Laois Great Southern and Western 1963
Abohill Fermanagh Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties 1957
Achill Mayo Midland Great Western 1937
Acton Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1954
Adams Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1936
Adare Limerick Great Southern and Western 1963
Adavoyle Armagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1933
Adoon Leitrim Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Aghadowey Londonderry NCC (Midland) 1950
Aghavea Fermanagh Clogher Valley 1942
Aldergrove Antrim Great Northern (Ireland) 1960
Andraid[1] Antrim Belfast and Ballymena Railway 1850
Annacotty[2] Limerick Great Southern and Western 1963
Annadale Leitrim Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Annadrumman Crossing Monaghan Great Northern (Ireland) 1943
Annagh No 2 Crossing Clare West Clare Railway 1961
Annagher Crossing Tyrone 1942
Annaghilla Tyrone Clogher Valley 1942
Annaghmore Armagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Annakeera Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1942
Annaloughan Halt Great Northern (Ireland) 1952
Antrim Antrim Great Northern (Ireland) 1960
Ardagh Limerick Great Southern and Western 1963
Ardara Road Halt Donegal County Donegal 1960
Ardbraccan Crossing Meath Great Northern (Ireland) 1942
Ardee Louth Great Northern (Ireland) 1934
Ardfert Kerry Great Southern and Western 1963
Ardgillan (Private Station)[3] Dublin Great Northern (Ireland) 1867
Ardglass Down Belfast and County Down 1950
Ardmayle Tipperary Great Southern and Western 1947
Ardmore Londonderry NCC (Midland) 1933
Ardsollus and Quin[4] Clare Great Southern and Western 1963
Arigna Roscommon Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Armagh (Great Northern)[5] Armagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1957
Armagh, Drummondmore Bridge[6] Armagh 1865
Armagh Irish Street Halt Armagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1933
Armoy Antrim 1950
Arva Road Cavan Midland Great Western 1947
Ashfield Halt Great Northern (Ireland) 1956
Askeaton Limerick Great Southern and Western 1963
Athboy Meath Midland Great Western 1947
Athlone Roscommon Midland Great Western 1985
Attanagh Laois Great Southern and Western 1963
Aughacashlaun Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Aughacasla Kerry Tralee and Dingle 1939
Aughalurcher Crossing 1950
Aughaville Cork Cork Bandon & South Coast 1961
Augher Tyrone Clogher Valley 1942
Augheranter Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1954
Aughnacloy Tyrone Clogher Valley 1942
Aughrim Wicklow 1944
Aunascaul Kerry Tralee and Dingle 1939
Avoca[7] Wicklow Dublin and South Eastern 1964
Baldoyle[8] Dublin Dublin and Drogheda 1846
Baldongan Dublin Dublin and Drogheda 1847
Balla Mayo Midland Great Western 1963
Ballagh Clogher Valley 1941
Ballaghaderreen Mayo Midland Great Western 1963
Ballast Pit 1947
Ballinacourty[9] 1982
Ballinahoun[10] 1862
Ballinamallard 1957
Ballinamore Leitrim Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Ballinamore Donegal County Donegal 1947
Ballinscarthy Junction Cork Cork Bandon & South Coast 1961
Ballinasloe Fair Platform[11] 1875
Ballinasteenig[12] 1939
Ballincollig Cork Cork & Macroom 1935
Ballindangan Cork GS&W 1947
Ballinderry Antrim
Ballindine 1963
Ballintogher Sligo Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway 1957
Ballysadare Sligo Midland Great Western 1963
Bawnboy Road and Templeport Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Bray Cove Halt Wicklow Dublin and South Eastern 1929
Burtonport Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1940
Ballindoon Bridge 1947
Ballindrait 1960
Ballineen Cork Cork Bandon & South Coast 1891
Ballineen & Enniskean Cork Cork Bandon & South Coast 1961
Ballinglen 1944
Ballingrane 1963
Ballinhassig[13] Cork Cork Bandon & South Coast 1961
Ballinlough 1963
Ballinosare Kerry Tralee and Dingle Light Railway 1939
Ballinrobe 1930
Ballintra 1960
Ballsbridge Showground 1943
Ballyards 1933
Ballybay 1957
Ballybeg 1958
Ballybofey 1947
Ballyboley 1930
Ballybrack (Kerry) 1963
Ballybrack Dublin Dublin, Wicklow & Wexford Rly 1863
Ballybrack[14] Dublin Dublin, Wicklow & Wexford Rly 1882
Ballybunion 1924
Ballycar & Newmarket 1963
Ballycastle 1950
Ballyclare (BL) 1930
Ballyclare (NCC) 1938
Ballyclare Junction 1961
Ballycloughan 1930
Ballyconnell 1959
Ballycumber[15] 1963
Ballydehob Cork Schull & Skibbereen 1947
Cabra Dublin Great Southern and Western 1910
Cahirciveen Kerry Great Southern and Western 1960
Caledon Tyrone Clogher Valley 1941
Camolin 1964
Camp Halt 1939
Capecastle 1950
Cappagh Waterford Great Southern and Western 1967
Cappa Pier[16] Clare South Clare Railway 1916
Cappoquin Waterford Great Southern and Western 1967
Caragh Lake 1960
Carbury[17] Kildare Midland Great Western 1931
Cardoagh Halt 1935
Carndonagh 1935
Cargan 1930
Crumlin Antrim
Crawfordsburn Down 1997
City Park (Cork) Cork Cork, Blackrock and Passage 1889
Crossdoney Cavan 1947
Dalkey (Atmospheric)[18] Dublin Dublin & Kingstown 1854
Drumhawnagh Cavan Midland Great Western Railway 1947
Duncormick Wexford Great Southern and Western 1976
Dungloe Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1940
Enniskillen Fermanagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1957
Factory Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Fahan Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1948
Fairyhouse Bridge Midland Great Western 1931
Falcarragh Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1940
Float Westmeath 1947
Galbally Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1945
Gallagh Road Londonderry Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1924
Gallinagh's Gates County Donegal 1947
Gaol Cross Cork Cork and Muskerry 1934
Garadice Cavan and Leitrim 1959
Garrynadur Kerry Tralee and Dingle 1939
Garvagh Midland 1950
Garvaghy No 1 Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1960
Garvaghy No 2 Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1960
Glenavy Antrim 2005
Glenmore and Aylwardstown[19] Kilkenny Great Southern and Western 1964
Goraghwood Armagh Great Northern Railway (I) 1965
Gort Galway Great Southern and Western 1975
Illies Halt
Inch Wexford 1964
Inchicore
Inchicore Works Halt[20] Dublin GS&W
Inch Road 1948
Innishannon Road[21] Cork Cork, Bandon and South Coast 1891
Inniskean Monaghan 1957
Inny Junction 1941
Inver 1960
Irvinestown 1957
Irvinestown[22] 1957
Islandeady Mayo 1963
Island Road Sligo 1963
Jerpoint Hill[23] 1853
Johnston's Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1950
Junction Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Kanturk Cork Córas Iompair Éireann 1947
Katesbridge Down Great Northern (Ireland) 1955
Keady Armagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1932
Kells (GNRI) Meath Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Kells (GSWR) Kerry Córas Iompair Éireann 1960
Kells (NCC) Antrim Northern Counties Committee 1933
Kellswater Antrim Northern Ireland Railways 1971
Kellybridge Halt Louth Great Northern (Ireland) 1957
Killashandra Cavan Córas Iompair Éireann 1947
Kincasslagh Road Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1940
Killinick Wexford Córas Iompair Éireann 1976[24]
Knock Down Ulster Transport Authority 1950
Knockmore Antrim Northern Ireland Railways 2005
Lamberton's Halt Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1953
Letterkenny Donegal 1960
Letterkenny Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1953
Lisfannon Golf Links Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1953
Lisnagry[25] Limerick Great Southern and Western 1963
Londonderry Graving Dock Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1953
Londonderry Middle Quay 1887
Loreto College Halt Cavan Great Northern Railway 1957
Moate Westmeath Midland Great Western 1987
Mountpleasant Railway Station Louth Great Northern Railway 1965
Naas Kildare Great Southern and Western 1947
Narrow Water Down Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Navan Meath Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Navan Junction Meath Midland Great Western
Great Northern (Ireland)
1947
1958
Neill's Hill Down Belfast and County Down 1950
Newcastle (County Wicklow) Wicklow Dublin and South Eastern 1964
Obelisk Hill[26] Dublin Dublin and Wicklow 1858
Oldcastle Meath Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Oldtown Donegal Londonderry and Lough Swilly 1947
Queens Quay, Belfast[27] 1976
Quilty Clare West Clare 1961
Quinn's Crossing County Donegal 1960
Raffeen Cork Cork, Blackrock and Passage 1932
St Ann's (Blarney)[28] Cork Cork and Muskerry 1934
Saintfield Belfast and County Down 1950
St Johnstown Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Strabane (CDR) Tyrone County Donegal Railway 1960
Strabane (GNR(I)) Tyrone Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Straffan Kildare Great Southern & Western 1947
Tallow Road Waterford Great Southern and Western 1967
Tamlaght Halt NCC (Midland) 1950
Tanderagee[29] Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Tassagh Great Northern (Ireland) 1932
Tattykeeran Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1959
Tattyknuckle Clogher Valley 1897
Teague's Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1955
Templepatrick NCC (Midland) 1981
Upperlands Londonderry NCC (Midland) 1950
Uprichard's Crossing Great Northern (Ireland) 1955
Upton & Innishannon[30] Cork Cork, Bandon and South Coast 1961
Valencia Harbour Kerry Great Southern and Western 1960
Vance's Crossing
Vernersbridge Great Northern (Ireland) 1954
Victoria (Cork) Cork Cork and Muskerry 1932
Victoria Bridge (CVB) Tyrone Castlederg and Victoria Bridge 1933
Victoria Bridge (GNI) Great Northern (Ireland) 1965
Victoria Park Halt Belfast and County Down 1988
Victoria Terrace NCC (Midland) 1926
Virginia Road Meath Great Northern (Ireland) 1958
Youghal Cork Great Southern and Western 1963

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Early flag station 400 meters north of Kellswater
  2. ^ Opened as Grange
  3. ^ Existence doubtful!
  4. ^ Was Ardsollus
  5. ^ Armagh (N&A) station merged with UR station
  6. ^ N&A temporary terminus about 1500 meters from junction
  7. ^ Opened as Ovoca
  8. ^ Trains called here until Howth Junction opened, used for race traffic until 1852. Not to be confused with Baldoyle & Sutton.
  9. ^ Magnesite siding, enthusiasts excursions and works outings only.
  10. ^ Also known as Doon, private station closed by 1875.
  11. ^ Open October 1875 only, located east of Enfield.
  12. ^ Opened as Ballinsteenig.
  13. ^ Terminus till 1851, when tunnel completed.
  14. ^ Located 400m south of first station
  15. ^ Opened as Prospect.
  16. ^ Used for steamer excursions.
  17. ^ Opened as Carberry
  18. ^ Replaced by current Dalkey station.
  19. ^ Opened as Aylwardstown, Glenmore and Aylwardstown 1906, Glenmore 1921.
  20. ^ Staff platform for railway works
  21. ^ Renamed Curranure Innishannon Road 1851 - 1854.
  22. ^ Opened as Lowtherstown Road, renamed Irvinestown 1861, Irvinestown Road 1863, Bundoran Junction 1866
  23. ^ Temporary terminus of Kilkenny to Waterford line
  24. ^ Remained in use for excursions until 1979
  25. ^ Opened as Nenagh Road, renamed 1879
  26. ^ Located between southern end of Dalkey tunnel & Vico Rd footbridge. Replaced by "Killiney" 01/01/1858, located junction Strathmore Rd/Station Rd, itself replaced by the present ''Killiney & Ballybrack" 06/05/1882.
  27. ^ Opened as "Belfast", renamed "Belfast, Queen's Quay" 1852, the adjacent BHBR and BCDR stations merged 1884
  28. ^ Terminus for Donoughmore Extension Railway from May 1893
  29. ^ Opened as Tanderagee and Gilford
  30. ^ Opened as Brinney, renamed Upton & Brinney 1851, Upton 1883, Upton & Innishannon 1894

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