Malahide railway station
Commuter service for Drogheda in 2007
|Location||Main Street, Malahide, County Dublin, K36 HC92|
Republic of Ireland
|Owned by||Iarnród Éireann|
|Operated by||Iarnród Éireann|
|Bus operators||Dublin Bus|
|Fare zone||Suburban 2|
|Original company||Dublin and Drogheda Railway|
|Pre-grouping||Northern Railway of Ireland|
|Post-grouping||Great Northern Railway (Ireland)|
|10 April 2000||DART services commence|
The station is staffed between 05:45-00:30 AM, Monday to Sunday and platform 1 (the eastern or southbound platform) is fully accessible. Platform 2 (the western or northbound platform) can be accessed by a footbridge (with lifts) from platform 1 or via steps to the public road.
Go-Ahead Ireland operated bus route 102 links the station to Dublin Airport, Sutton railway station and parts of Malahide. In October 2013 a shuttle bus linking various areas of the town to the station was introduced. Numbered route 842, it operates in the morning and evening peaks Mondays to Fridays inclusive. The service was temporarily suspended at the start of January 2014.
Just to the north of the station line crosses the Broadmeadow Viaduct which is 164m long and is the most noticeable part of the Malahide Estuary.
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- "Malahide station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-09-03.