Pictures and info for timeline

Stáisiún Áth Tíomáin serves the town land of Attymon in County Galway. It is the smallest station on the Dublin-Galway line consisting of a single platform with no signaling system or waiting room. The building at the station is boarded up and used as a store for line maintenance crew. The station used to link the Dublin-Galway line with a branch line to Loughrea but this has been removed, the line having closed in 1975. A former railway preservation group called Westrail had hoped to reopen the line as a tourist line, but failed to do so.

On a weekday, five trains serve Attymon station: an early morning train to Galway at 08:11, a train to Galway at 09:48, a train to Dublin Heuston at 13:28, 18:27 and a train to Athlone at 22:35.

On Sundays, services include a 10:43am train to Galway, a 13:28 train and an 18:27 train to Dublin Heuston.

Attymon Junction station opened on 1 December 1890.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *