I continue to be amazed at the amount of old stations, railway remains and even mostly intact old railway lines still existing around the country.
At Clifden, the old station still survives as does the engine shed (as a museum) and water tower, all lovingly restored and used by commercial outlets.
The water tower at Clifden Station.
Clifden Station, the platform side of the station building.
Clifden Station entrence.
Clifden Station, the engine shed or actually could be goods shed, not sure??. It's now a museum.
In the car park at one end of the station building was this partly covered 6 wheel 2nd class carrage, in green livery it is mostly intact, where did it come from??.
Down the road at Maam Cross the station area is still mostly as it would have been when the line closed way back in 1935, including platform, Water Tower & Station remains.
Below two views of Maam Cross Station.
The crossing keepers house at Maam Cross.