Mossley railway station (Northern Ireland)

Mossley railway station served the town of Mossley in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

The remains of Mossley Station Down Platform, looking towards Belfast.
General information
LocationMossley, County Antrim
Northern Ireland
Coordinates54°41′43″N 5°56′24″W / 54.695403°N 5.939984°W / 54.695403; -5.939984
Other information
Original companyBelfast and Northern Counties Railway
Pre-groupingBelfast and Northern Counties Railway
Post-groupingNorthern Ireland Railways
Key dates
1 May 1899Station opens
21 February 1982Station closes



The station was opened by the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway on 1 May 1899.[1]

It was closed along with the rest of the Bleach Green-Antrim line in 1978, but re-opened for a short time in 1980 when the line was used for stopping services from York Road to Antrim. The station closed to passengers on 21 February 1982 when the line was once again mothballed. The line has since been re-opened to passenger use, but this station has been replaced by a new one at Mossley West.

Preceding station     Northern Ireland Railways   Following station
Whiteabbey   Northern Ireland Railways
  Mossley West
  Historical railways  
Monkstown   Belfast and Ballymena Railway
Belfast York Road-Ballymena
  Ballyclare Junction


  1. ^ "Mossley station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 29 April 2012.