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1853 – Railway Station, Killarney, Co. Kerry

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Architect: Joshua Hargrave

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The railway terminus for the Great Southern and Western Railway, directly opposite their hotel property. The hotel is considered to be one of the first hotels owned by a railway company in the British Isles. The station opened on 15 July 1853 as the terminus of a 40 mile branch from Mallow. This was subsequently extended to Tralee

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