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Glounthaune railway station

Glounthaune railway station in 2008

Glounthaune railway station serves the town of Glounthaune in County Cork, Ireland.

It is the junction between the Cobh and Midleton Cork Commuter lines.[1]

The station is unstaffed. Platform 1 (to Midleton/Cobh) is fully accessible, but platform 2 (to Cork) is accessible only via stairs.

Westbound trains toward Cork often leave this station 1 or 2 minutes earlier than scheduled departure time at this station.

This is a frequent commuter station consisting of trains every 15 minutes on peak time weekdays to Cork city and every 30 minutes to Midleton & Cobh.

Cobh Junction in 1973 with the line to Youghal on the left.

References

  1. ^ "Printable Timetables". Irish Rail. 

External links

  • Irish Rail Glounthane Station Website
Preceding station Iarnród Éireann Following station
Little Island   Commuter
Cork-Cobh
  Fota
  Commuter
Cork-Midleton
  Carrigtwohill
  Future  
Little Island   Commuter


Cork-Midleton

  Carrigtwohill West

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