Rosslare Europort railway station
() is a railway station serving Rosslare Harbour
in County Wexford
. There is only one platform. The station is owned and operated by Iarnród Éireann
and is served by the mainline from station. Until 18 September 2010 there was also a single daily service each way to and from . From 20th September, 2010 the rail service was replaced with a revised Bus Éireann Route 370 service Trains are not timetabled to meet the ferry services to and from Fishguard
- they generally leave approximately 5 minutes before the ferry berths. There is a turntable
located here, used by occasional preserved steam locomotives. The station is staffed, but has no ticket office, and the single platform is accessible via a ramp.
On Monday 14 April 2008, the old Rosslare Europort station closed, the last service train to depart being the 0740 service to Dublin Connolly, worked by a six-piece 2800 class
railcar set. The new station is located near the turntable, which has been retained. There is also a runround loop provided at the new station. Passenger facilities at the station consist of a waiting shelter with seat.
Passengers off the ferry now face a ten-minute walk in the open air along a specially marked path to reach the station entrance.
The station opened on 30 August... Read More