1855 – Railway Station, Tullamore, Co. Offaly

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A very simple little railway station in the form of a small 5 bay building, built c.1855 by the Great Southern and Western Railway Co., flanked by set back single-bay limestone structures and with porch added to front. Well maintained there is a good cast iron footbridge spanning the tracks. This fine bridge was originally taken from Roscrea and erected at Tullamore, produced in the foundry of E. Manisty at Dundalk.

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