Quilty, Co.Clare, was a small village served by the 1887/95 constructed West Clare narrow gauge railway line, which ran from Ennis to Kilkee and Kilrush. The West Clare was the last narrow gauge railway in Ireland, finally closing in 1961, despite CIE's efforts to modernise the route. Quilty is typical of the type built a small station/halts on the line, it has a single platform, single storey station building, and corrugated iron railway shed, all of which remain intact today. There was goods siding and platform at the south end of the station also. See Co.Clare Library site for photos of Quily Station.

Quilty Station, on the West Clare Railway, looking south towards Kilkee & Kilrush. The single storey station building is typical of the type built at smaller villages on the route. The platform at Quilty Station remains very much intact, as does the corrugated iron shed, seen at a few other stations on the line. The view looking north towards Ennis at Quilty Station. Beyond was a level crossing on the main N67 road to Kilkee. New houses have been built on the trackbed.