This is the 1857 Ballybrack Station, south Co.Dublin, located just south of the present day Killiney & Ballybrack Station on the Dublin South Eastern Railway line to Rosslare. Originally there were two separate stations in this area, Ballybrack been one, the other been Killiney, but in 1882 the Dublin Wicklow & Wexford Railway abolished both of these two by replacing them with the present day station. Ballybrack was also the beginning for the railway line's diversion inland away from the coast in 1915. Today, Ballybrack Station still survives, the building located on the up side of the line, complete with original wooden porch roof supports.