Industrial Heritage Gazetteer
OS Map 5
Grid Reference D 08653670
Last Visit Date
There is no trace remaining of the station that was here, the penultimate station on the line. North of the station, the line ran through Capecastle Tunnel, one of only two narrow gauge tunnels in Ireland.
The stationmaster here was paid jointly by the Ballycastle Railway and a local quarry with the former paying 12s and the latter 4s/week.
Photo Gallery - Capecastle Station
Google Street View - Capecastle Station
|Section Start||Section Finish||Distance||Milepost||Measured from
|Ballymoney ||Ballycastle ||13 ||13 ||Ballymoney Station|
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