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.
This is the former station at Camolin, on the Dublin Wicklow and Wexford Railway's line to Wexford. The station only had one platform and a single storey station building and goods shed, which as seen here is now a private residence. Although the platform has been demolished, the stone built retaining wall and entrance remains in situ on the right. A few looking north to Dublin from the road overbridge at Camolin. The station did not a have a signal cabin, the siding serving the goods shed was operated by a ground lever frame. The station closed in March 1964.