PHOTOGRAPHED 15 SEPTEMBER 2016
I have only visited this station once or twice and 2016 could well have been my last visit.
The original photographs suffered from motion blur and camera shake but was able to correct the problem using ON1 Photo RAW.
Clontarf Road railway station is a railway station in Dublin, Ireland, on the DART commuter rail line. It is located in the suburb of Clontarf, close to the seafront. The station was opened on 29 September 1844 and is currently operated by Irish Rail.
Clontarf Road station has two platforms, one serving southbound trains and the other serving northbound trains. The station has a ticket office, a waiting room, and a car park. There is also a pedestrian footbridge connecting the two platforms.
The station is served by the DART commuter rail line, which runs from Howth to Bray. The DART operates every 10-15 minutes during peak times and every 20-30 minutes off-peak.