Broombridge Station, located in the western suburbs of Dublin City, was one of four stations to be built in 1990 on the Dublin to Sligo line to serve the Maynooth commuter service. The station serves the northern area of Carba and was constructed just west of the former Liffey Junction. It has up & down platforms, the up been accessed from a ramp attached to the adjacent road overbridge. On the stations' opening day a bucket of flowers was to be presented to the first female passenger, at Broombridge nobody turned up! This seemed to curse the station and to this day it is frequently vandalised, the brick cobbled platform was gradually ripped up and thrown at passing trains. Due to the vandalised state the station is planned to be replaced in the future by a entirely new one at Liffey Junction.