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Strabane (CDR) railway station

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16 July 1894  Station opens
Original company  Donegal Railway Company
1 January 1960  Station closes
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Location  Strabane, County Tyrone Northern Ireland UK
Post-grouping  County Donegal Railways Joint Committee

Strabane (CDR) railway station served Strabane, County Tyrone in Northern Ireland.

The Finn Valley Railway operated an Irish Gauge route to Stranorlar from Strabane (GNI) railway station from 7 September 1863.

When this route was converted to 3 ft (914 mm) on 16 July 1894 the Donegal Railway Company built Strabane (CDR) railway station adjacent to the Great Northern Railway (Ireland) railway station.

It closed on 1 January 1960.

References

Strabane (CDR) railway station Wikipedia


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