| 8 August 1858|
| Castleconnell, County Limerick
Limerick–Ballybrophy railway line
Coolbane, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Birdhill railway station, Ballybrophy railway station, Cloughjordan railway station, Roscrea railway station, Nenagh railway station
Castleconnell railway station, opened on 8 August 1858. on the Great Southern and Western Railway line, serves the town of Castleconnell in County Limerick, Ireland.
It is on the Limerick–Ballybrophy railway line and is also served by a skeleton service on the Limerick to Nenagh Commuter Service. It is unstaffed and has a small car park
Castleconnell railway station Wikipedia
Trains towards Ballybrophy (via Birdhill, Nenagh, Cloughjordan and Roscrea) run at 06.52 and 17.15 (Sunday 17.40)
Trains to Limerick 08.22 11.44 20.37 (Sunday 17.45 and 21.17)
A January 2012 national newspaper article suggested that Irish Rail was expected to seek permission from the National Transport Authority to close the line. however in February 2012 an enhanced timetable was launched. In the revised timetable of Feb 2013 services were again reduced.
The station is located at the level crossing east of the centre of Castleconnell. It is quite near Castleconnell National School.