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Connolly Station, Dublin: 1 reviews and 1 photos

  Connolly Station
by elcolibri
 
 

Connolly was the first of the four major Dublin Railway station to be constructed between 1844-46 and is still in use today. Althought the official name is Connolly Station after James Connolly many people still refer to it as Amiens Station by the street where was built. In addition to the mainline trains, Connolly also services the local DART and Suburban Rail services. These trains operate from platforms adjacent to the main railway shed, on an elevated railbed before crossing the river via the Loopline Bridge.

Address: Amiens Street
Phone: +353 (0)1 703 2358
Website: http://www.irishrail.ie/travel-information/dublin-connolly

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  • Written May 29, 2005
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