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Carrigtwohill West railway station

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Carrigtwohill West railway station

Carrigtwohill West Railway Station was a planned railway station to be located on the outskirts of Carrigtwohill in Ireland and would have formed part of the Cork Suburban Rail network.

IDA Ireland were to fund the station at Carrigtwohill West, which was to be situated in the middle of an industrial estate in Kilacloyne to the west of the village. With an estimated cost of €1 million, it would have had a 90m platform and a car park were it constructed. The project was cancelled in 2012 by Irish Rail as a result of funding constraints.

Preceding station Iarnród Éireann Iarnród Éireann Following station
Glounthaune   Commuter

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