Templemore railway station

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Templemore

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Cork-Dublin Train on Platform 1 Templemore
LocationRailway Road, Templemore, County Tipperary, E41 NF79
Ireland
Coordinates 52°47′25″N7°49′16″W / 52.79028°N 7.82111°W / 52.79028; -7.82111 Coordinates: 52°47′25″N7°49′16″W / 52.79028°N 7.82111°W / 52.79028; -7.82111
Owned by Iarnród Éireann
Operated byIarnród Éireann
Platforms2
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Key dates
1846Station opened on 3 July 1848

Templemore railway station is a mainline railway station situated 2 km from the town of Templemore, Ireland. The station is on the Dublin-Cork railway line. [1]

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Details

The station has two platforms, and is fully accessible to wheelchair users since the addition of lifts at each end of a footbridge.

The station is approximately 2 km from the Garda Síochána College (main police training centre for the Ireland)

History

The station opened on 3 July 1848. [2]

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References

  1. http://www.irishrail.ie/index.jsp?p=119&n=147 Irish Rail Printable Timetables
  2. "Templemore station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 7 September 2007.
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