Waterford and Tramore Railway

The Waterford and Tramore Railway was unique. It was 7 ¼ miles long and unconnected to any other line. It opened independently from 1853 until 1925 when it reluctantly became part of the Great Southern Railways. On the 31st December 1960, despite considerable local opposition, the line was closed for good.The Waterford and Tramore Railway was one of Waterford's five Railways; The Waterford, Limerick and Western, the Waterford and Central Ireland, the Waterford, Dungarvan and Lismore, the Dublin and South Eastern, as well as the Waterford and Tramore line.

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