Killinick railway station


Killinick railway station

Infobox Ireland disused station
name = Killinick
other_name = Cill Fhionnóg


caption =

locale = Killinick
borough = County Wexford
latitude =
longitude =
gridref =

line = Fishguard and Rosslare Railways and Harbours
manager = Great Southern and Western Railway
owner = Great Southern Railways
platforms =

years = August 1 1906
events = Station opens
years1 = November 3 1975
events1 = Station closes for goods traffic
years2 = September 6 1976
events2 = Station closes to passengers
years3 = 1979
events3 = Excursions cease

Killinick railway station served the villages of Killinick, Orristown and Assally in County Wexford, Republic of Ireland.

The station opened on August 30 1906 as Orristown Junction. It was renamed to Assally Junction and finally to Killinick. The station closed in 1976 Excursions had stopped by 1979. [cite web | title=Killinick | work=Railscot - Irish Railways | url=http://www.railscot.co.uk/Ireland/Irish_railways.pdf | accessdate=2008-04-21]

Routes

Rail line one to two
previous=Bridgetown|next1=Rosslare Strand
next2=Wexford South
route1=Fishguard and Rosslare Railway
Great Southern and Western Railway
route2=Fishguard and Rosslare Railway
Great Southern and Western Railway
col=00008B

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