Aughaville, west Co.Cork, was a small wayside station on the former Cork Bandon & South Coast Railway's main line from Cork to Bantry. Aughaville was one of two small stations located between Drimoleague and Bantry, and was opened by the Illen Valley Railway in September 1886, the company been latterly worked by the CBSCR. The station had just one short platform and a corrugated iron waiting room, with an adjacent gate keepers house. The station, along with the West Cork lines were closed by CIE in March 1961. Today the station remains largely intact, located just off the R586 road to Bantry.
The small station at Aughaville, looking east towards Cork, showing the gate keepers house and single platform. The single platform at Aughaville Station, which was latterly a halt. The corrugated iron waiting room remains intact. This is the site of the level crossing adjacent to Aughaville Station, which was located on a small road off the R586 to Bantry, visible in the background. A view looking west towards Bantry from the former level crossing at Aughaville. The line passed through a cutting beyond the crossing, but this has since been filled in following the closure of the railway in March 1961.