Beauparc railway station was a station in Ireland, on the Drogheda-to-Navan line, currently[when?] used for freight only services provided by Irish Rail. It was opened on 1 September 1850 by the Dublin and Drogheda Railway, which became part of the Great Northern Railway of Ireland system, and closed on 14 March 1958.
|Irish Rail station|
|Opened||1 September 1850|
|Closed||14 March 1958|
|Previous names||Dublin and Drogheda Railway|
Great Northern Railway of Ireland
Rail replacement busEdit
A rail replacement bus was introduced in 1958 and served Beauparc for a number of years though no longer does so. The replacement route continued until 2013 as Bus Éireann route 188 (Drogheda-Duleek-Slane-Navan with a latter extension to Trim). The nearest bus stop to Beauparc is now at McGruder's Cross (junction of the road leading to Beauparc with the N2 road).
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Duleek||Great Northern Railway (Ireland)