Beaupark railway station

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.

Beauparc railway station
Irish Rail station
Beaupark Station - geograph.org.uk - 492650.jpg
General information
LocationIreland
CoordinatesCoordinates: 53°41′02″N 6°34′24″W / 53.6840°N 6.5732°W / 53.6840; -6.5732
Line(s)DroghedaNavan line
History
Opened1 September 1850 (1850-09-01)
Closed14 March 1958 (1958-03-14)
Previous namesDublin 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)
Drogheda-Oldcastle
  Navan