Drogheda 'MacBride' Station
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Drogheda Station was founded in 1844 and relocated to it's current location in 1853, it was then renamed to Drogheda 'MacBride' Station in 1966 in commemoration of John MacBride, one of the executed leaders of the Easter Rising of 1916. The station is serviced by the Dublin-Belfast Enterprise train and Irish Rail's commuter line, the station also houses a railcar servicing depot.
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Mike B. lives 44.49 km from Drogheda 'MacBride' Station
on October 27th, 2009
I got the train from here to Belfast the other day and have to say I really enjoyed the journey. If there was a tidy towns competition equivalent for train stations, Drogheda Station would win hands-down, it's picture perfect and has a real old world feel (old brick work, hanging baskets, station masters... the lot!). The car parking is good value too at only €2 a day. Half the car park is being used as a temporary bus station at the moment while the tracks are being repaired between Connolly and Drogheda but it would be unfair to deduct stars for that - waiting for a train here is as good as it gets!