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Sutton railway station, Dublin

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Owned by  Iarnród Éireann
Structure type  At-grade
Fare zone  Suburban 2
Province  Leinster
Local authority  Fingal County Council
Operated by  Iarnród Éireann
Station code  SUTTN
Opened  1846
Owner  Iarnród Éireann
Platforms in use  2
Location  Station Road, Sutton, Dublin 13, D13 C6C2 Republic of Ireland
Address  Station Rd, Burrow, Dublin 13, Ireland
Similar  Howth Junction & Donaghm, Howth railway station, Killester railway station, Bayside railway station, Lansdowne Road railway st

Sutton railway station (Irish: Cill Fhionntain) is a railway station in Fingal, Ireland that serves the village and district of Sutton, and is also accessible from Baldoyle.

History

The station opened on 30 July 1846.

The Howth tram ran between here and Howth railway station until 1959. It is on the coastal road from Sutton to Baldoyle, near Sutton Golf Club.

The ticket office is open from 05:45 AM to 20:00 PM, Monday to Sunday.

References

Sutton railway station, Dublin Wikipedia


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