Aughrim, Co.Wicklow, is one of the intermediate stations on the former 1876 built Dublin Wicklow & Wexford Railway branch from Woodenbridge Junction, on the Rosslare line, to Shillelagh. The 16 mile long branch closed to passengers and goods beyond Aughrim in 1944. The short section remaining from Woodenbridge to Aughrim was retained until 1953 serving Fogarty's Mill, after which the branch was lifted. Aughrim station building is a typical DWWR type seen on the former Dublin & South Eastern Railway network and retains its single platform, road overbridge and goods store, the latter is now used as a Skoda garage.
This is the single platform station at Aughrim on the Shilalagh branch, looking north towards Woodenbridge. The building is a typical Dublin Wicklow & Wexford design. The goods shed still survives at the north end of Aughrim Station, now in use as a Skoda garage.