Lombardstown Station, north Co.Cork, is the first station west of Mallow on the ex Great Southern & Western Railway's line to Tralee, which opened in March 1855. The station was closed completely in September 1963, and today the semi derelict buildings remain on the up side of the line, unusually built of sandstone. Both the former up & down platforms have been demolished. The adjacent level crossing has since been automated with the Centralised Traffic Control re-signalling on the Mallow to Tralee line.
Lombardstown Station, on the Great Southern & Western Railways Mallow to Tralee line, looking east towards Mallow from the adjacent level crossing. The station was opened in March 1858. The sandstone built station building at Lombardstown, located on the up side of the line. Both platforms have been demolished. A view along what was the up platform at Lombardstown, looking east towards Mallow. Another view of Lombardstown, from the station forecourt. The station was closed in September 1963.
A Great Southern & Western Railway stone mile post adjacent to Lombardstown Station, 5½ miles measured from Mallow.