Claremorris railway station

Claremorris station, September 1950

Claremorris railway station serves the town of Claremorris in County Mayo, Ireland. It opened on 19 May 1862.[1]

The station is on the Dublin to Westport Rail service. Passengers to or from Galway travel to Athlone and change trains. Passengers to or from Ballina and Foxford travel to Manulla Junction and change trains.[2] Claremorris is planned to be a junction on the Western Rail Corridor once phase two (Athenry to Tuam) and phase three (Tuam to Claremorris) are complete, however this project very much remains on the drawing board, at least in so far as it applies to the disused line north of Athenry.

Preceding station   Iarnród Éireann   Following station
Ballyhaunis   Intercity
  Manulla Junction
Ballindine   Commuter
  Manulla Junction
Ballindine   Commuter


  1. "Claremorris station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-09-06.
  2. Irish Rail Printable Timetables

Coordinates: 53°43′12″N 9°00′07″W / 53.72000°N 9.00194°W / 53.72000; -9.00194

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