Tubbercurry railway station

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Tubbercurry railway station is a disused railway station associated with the town of Tubbercurry in County Sligo, Ireland. The station was originally opened in 1895, as part of the route between Claremorris and Sligo. It was closed to passenger traffic in 1963, with goods traffic ending in 1975.[1]

The Western Railway Corridor is being rebuilt as part of the government's Transport 21 plan. The plan intended to re-open the line in two stages, with the first stage covering the route between Limerick and Claremorris. The second stage, unfunded as of 2009, would see the line restored between Claremorris and Sligo, with Tubbercurry as the final stop on the restored line, before it reaches the junction at Collooney.[citation needed]


Preceding station   Iarnrod Eireann simple logo 2013.png Iarnród Éireann   Following station
  Proposed  
Charlestown   Commuter
Limerick-Sligo
  Collooney

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tubbercurry station - railbrit.co.uk