Ballindine railway station

Ballindine railway station
Location Ballindine, County Mayo
Operated by Waterford, Limerick and Western Railway
Line(s) LimerickClaremorris
Opened 1894
Closed 1963
Preceding station   Iarnród Éireann   Following station
Milltown   Commuter

Ballindine railway station is a planned railway station intended to serve the village of Ballindine in County Mayo. The station was originally opened by the Waterford, Limerick and Western Railway in 1894 on the route between Limerick and Claremorris.[1] The station was closed completely in 1963.

As part of the government's Transport 21 plan, Ballindine station was to be re-opened in 2014 under the third stage of the Western Railway Corridor restoration, which would see the section between Tuam and Claremorris re-open. This project has been deferred indefinitely.


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