Clonakilty station, county Cork (1886)

Situated on an incline to the north of Clonakilty town centre, the station building (1886) is still perfectly intact and is now a private residence. This was the terminus of the 1886 extension from Gaggan (Clonakilty Junction) near Bandon to the town, via Ballinascarthy. Here is the map link.



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