Railway Station

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Located a short stroll from the Town Park, Carick-on-Suir boasts a railway station that has been in existence since 15 April 1853. 

Its on the cross country line between Rosslare and Limerick. It has a weekday passenger service of two trains to Waterford and two to Limerick Junction. There is no Sunday service.

Click here for Irish Rail timetables.

This charming station consists of a well preserved Victorian footbridge, two platforms, a waiting room, toilets and small car park at present free for rail passengers.The second platform, on which the signal cabin is located, was served by a passing loop until November 2013. The line is still currently controlled by semaphore signals

There is also a siding, used by the Irish Traction Group to store preserved diesel locomotives.

A trip on this quaint train is an idyllic way to travel, to immerse yourself in rural Ireland landscapes.