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Athboy railway station

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Closed  25 January 1947
Province  Leinster
Opened  26 February 1864
Original company  Dublin
Athboy railway station
Location  Navan, County Meath Ireland
Pre-grouping  Midland Great Western Railway
Post-grouping  Great Southern Railways
Address  Town Parks, Co. Meath, Ireland
Similar  Darnley Lodge Hotel, The Darnley Lodge Ho, Athboy Central Hotel

Athboy railway station was the terminus of a branch line which diverged from the Dublin to Navan line at Kilmessan Junction and served the village of Athboy in County Meath, Ireland.

History

Opened by the Dublin and Meath Railway, the station was absorbed by the Midland Great Western Railway, and so joined the Great Southern Railways.

The station was then nationalised, passing on to the Córas Iompair Éireann as a result of the Transport Act 1944 which took effect from 1 January 1945. It then closed under this management.

References

Athboy railway station Wikipedia


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