Ardglass railway station

Ardglass railway station was the terminus of the Downpatrick, Killough and Ardglass Railway, which ran from Belfast south to Newcastle, County Down in Northern Ireland.

Remains of the station building
General information
LocationArdglass, County Down
Northern Ireland
Other information
Original companyDownpatrick, Killough and Ardglass Railway
Pre-groupingBelfast and County Down Railway
Post-groupingGreat Northern Railway (Ireland)
Key dates
8 July 1892Station opens
16 January 1950Station closes



Opened by the Downpatrick, Killough and Ardglass Railway, it became part of the Belfast and County Down Railway. The station closed to passengers in 1950, by which time it had been taken over by the Ulster Transport Authority.

The site today


The site was extant but the station buildings mostly roofless and derelict in 2017.

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Coney Island   Belfast and County Down Railway


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