Woodlands, west Co.Cork, was a small halt located on the former Schull & Skibbereen Tramway, a 3ft gauge tramway which began operating between Schull and Skibbereen in September 1886. The halt at Woodlands, which served a sparsely populated area, had just one single platform with no station buildings. The halt was the only stopping place between Schull and Ballydehob, and was sited at staggarred crossroads on the R592 road. Regular passenger and goods services on the Schull & Skibbereen line ceased in January 1947, but the line remained in situ until June 1953, when it was closed completely by CIE. Today, there are only scant remains of the halt at Woodlands.
The site of Woodlands Halt on the Schull & Skibbereen Tramway, looking east towards Skibbereen. Today no trace of the single platform remains, apart from a former railway sleeper on the left. The the site of Woodlands Halt,  looking west towards Schull. There was also no loop or siding here. Woodlands Halt was located at a staggered cross roads the main N71 road between Schull & Skibbereen. The line was closed by CIE in 1947, but was not lifted until 1953. The view afforded to a passenger waiting at the somewhat isolated Woodlands Halt. The mountain ridge seen here is named Mount Gabriel.
Just west of Woodlands the railway/tramway left the N71 to avoid a series of bends. The trackbed of the line continues straight ahead past a railway built house.