THE TRAIN STATION IN DUN LAOGHAIRE
I used this station on a regular basis for about forty years and only recently discovered that it was named Mallin Station.
When I visited the station it was unusually busy as there was a Cruise Ship at anchor in the the bay and passengers had been encouraged to use the DART service to explore Dublin. According to a member of staff there was a different ship on the previous day and another one scheduled for the following day.
The station has been named Mallin Station since 1966, after Michael Mallin, although it is usually referred to simply as Dún Laoghaire. It has two through platforms and one terminal platform and is served by DART services, the South Eastern Commuter line, and InterCity services to Rosslare Europort via Wexford.
Unusually, the station building is on a bridge above the platforms, in a setup similar to Leixlip Louisa Bridge railway station. The station has a ticket counter, automatic ticket machines and a small coffee shop/smoothie bar.