Navan North railway station

Railways around Navan
to Drogheda
to Clonsilla
Navan Central
Navan Junction
Tara Mine
Navan North
to Oldcastle
to Kingscourt

Navan North railway station is one of two proposed railway stations intended to serve the town of Navan in County Meath.

The station is planned to be built as part of the second phase of reinstatement of the Clonsilla-Navan line but at present been deferred due to the reduction in the Exchequer capital investment programme. The proposed route consists of 34km of railway line with stations located at Dunshaughlin, Kilmessan, Navan town central station and Navan North. The service was proposed to restore passenger railway services to Navan for the first time since the closure of the original Navan station in 1958.

Plans expected that the station would be the northern terminus of a reinstated line, and proposed a park and ride facility, located to the north of the town, close to the village of Windtown.[1] This park and ride facility was intended to allow the station to serve towns to the north of Navan itself, such as Oldcastle and Kells.[2]

Preceding station   Iarnród Éireann   Following station
Navan Central   Commuter
Western Commuter
(Dublin -Navan)


  1. Navan North option
  2. Route Alignment options

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