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1859 – Former Great Northern Railway Station, Glaslough, Co. Monaghan

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Now disused and boarded up, this stone Railway Station still has its platforms intact. Some railways sheds on the property have been converted to other uses. The building like many of the larger buildings in the village is built in a tudor gothic style.

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