Bridgetown Railway Station

Bridgetown Railway Station


Bridgetown Railway Station


Bridgetown Railway Station is a disused rail platform in Bridgetown, County Wexford, Ireland.

The disused platform may make an good filming location for scenes that need a rural rail line and basic platform. The stop is not serviced by passenger trains. The Rosslare to Waterford line was closed to passengers in 2010, so the line is only occassionaly used for freight and to move rolling stock. When the route was closed, the station was removed but the rail line and platform was left mostly intact. The lights and signage stayed on the platform, but the ticket building, signal cabin, and passenger shelter were removed. The empty platform has an extra eerie atmosphere due to its relatively isolated position at the edge of Bridgetown.

The Great Southern and Western Railway built the station in 1906. Iarnród Éireann closed the route in September 2010.

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Dimensions: Platform, 90m by 10m.

Located in Bridgetown.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


Bridgetown Railway Station, Bridgetown, Co. Wexford, Ireland


Iarnród Éireann

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(01) 8366 222 / 0818 366222

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