Architect: Sir John MacNeill
The Railway Station possibly designed by Sir John MacNeill on a more modest scale than his masterwork at Portadown with some later adaptations by William G. Murray. A long building of 23 bays – the central five are broken forward with the centre three acting as the entrance to the building. These are surmounted by a shallow pediment.
The long single storey range of nine bays to each side contain round headed windows. The building is constructed on polychromatic brick with a creamy colour used as a decorative relief. The building has ceased to be a railway station and is now used for a mixture of commercial activities. Unfortunately this has meant the destruction of the track-side of the station with its iron and glass canopies.