Templemore, north Co.Tipperary, is located on the main Dublin to Cork line. The Great Southern & Western Railway opened the line south from Portlaoise through Templemore to Limerick Jct in July 1848. The station building a Templemore displays the usual GSWR architecture, complete with brick chimneys. The large goods shed also survives at the north of the station on up side. On the down side is the stone built waiting shelter. The original Victorian GSWR station footbridge also remains, although a new modern one has been built adjacent to it. Templemore signal cabin, once located at the north end of the station, was taken out of use in 1986 following the replacement of the mechanical signalling on the line to Limerick Jct, and it was demolished shortly after.
071 Class locomotive No.078 arrives at Templemore Station on a southbound train consisting of 1970s built Mk2 stock. Behind is the large stone built goods shed. Another 071 Class, No.087, arrives at Templemore on a northbound service consisting also of Mk2 stock. The station buildings at Templemore date from the late 1840s. The British Rail Derby built Mk2 stock, standing at the up platform at Templemore Station. This stock has since been withdrawn and scrapped, having been replaced by 22000 Class diesel railcars. A preserved rake of Mk2 stock, operated by the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland, is seen while operating on the Modern Railway Society of Ireland railtour from Dublin to Tralee, seen at Templemore  with loco No.081 in charge.
Templemore Station, looking south towards Cork, showing the main station building on the up platform. This view is taken from the Victorian era footbridge, with its modern replacement visible in this shot. The 1848 stone built Great Southern & Western Railway station building at Templemore. The structure remains in use today. Templemore, looking south towards Cork from the up platform. On the left on the down platform is the large GSWR built waiting shelter. Both modern and old footbridges remain at the station. The large stone built goods shed, located at the north end of Templemore Station, on the up side of the line. Goods services to Templemore ceased in November 1975.