Gormanston, Co.Meath, on the main Dublin to Belfast line between Malahide and Drogheda, boasts an array of Great Northern Railway style station buildings. What was unique about Gormanston until recently was that it retained a single storey wooden station building on the up platform, of which there were only a few of these types left on the present day ex GNR network. The building was however partially demolished to make way for a car park. On the up platform is the typical GNR style waiting room. At the north end of the station is the former brick goods shed and adjacent to it is the small single storey station masters house. The signal cabin which once stood at the north end of the down platform is preserved at Dromod, Co.Leitrim. South of the station the line crosses the River Delvin on an attractive cast iron bridge.