Camolin, Co.Wexford, is one of two closed stations between Gorey and Enniscorthy on the Dublin to Rosslare line. The station which was opened in November 1867 by the Dublin Wicklow & Wexford Railway, was in fact merely a halt, consisting of a single platform and goods shed on the up side served by a siding. This siding was controlled by a ground lever frame as the halt did not possess a signal cabin or passing loop. Camolin was closed by CIE in 1963, but the single storey station building and platform retaining wall remains.