Skibbereen & Schull narrow-guage railway: Hollyhill station

Hollyhill station, on the former Skibbereen & Schull narrow-guage railway. Station opened around 1886, closed c. 1945. This concrete structure, seemingly a former waiting room/ticket office, was probably built c. 1920 owing to the materials used. Situated 5 1/4 miles west of Skibbereen, near what is now the N71 road. Here is the map link.

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