Tanderagee railway station

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Tanderagee railway station was opened on 6 January 1852. It was originally named Madden Bridge and was located on the Madden road between the two villages of Tandragee and Gilford, it was finally closed on 4 January 1965.[1] Tanderagee is also spelt as Tandragee named after the nearby village of Tandragee. Tanderagee and Gilford railway station was the original name upon opening of the station.[1] The station was built to serve the nearby Ulster villages of Tandragee, County Armagh and Gilford, County Down, Northern Ireland.

Tanderagee (currently closed) station with the Enterprise rushing to Newry railway station.
Preceding station   NIR logo.svg Northern Ireland Railways   Following station
Portadown   Northern Ireland Railways
Belfast-Newry
  Scarva
  Historical railways  
Portadown
Line open and station open
  Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway
Portadown-Drogheda
  Scarva
Line and station open

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tandragee station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 24 November 2007. 

Coordinates: 54°36′35″N 6°38′42″W / 54.60972°N 6.64500°W / 54.60972; -6.64500