Aughnacloy Railway Station

Map Reference: H667524

Aughnacloy Railway Station was opened in January 1887. It is a two-storey building in red brick with gabled bays at either end. It was built by Dixon & Co of Belfast. From the platform three semicircular arches led to the booking hall. Outoffices and lavatory formed a walled extension on the west end of the main building. Aughnacloy was the administrative headquarters of the Clogher Valley Railway. The railway closed on New Year’s Day 1942.

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