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 Heuston Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heuston Station was called Kingsbridge Station from its opening in 1844 until its renaming in 1966 after Sean Heuston, an Easter Rising rebel who previously worked in the station offices.
Heuston Station is connected to Connolly Station by the Red Line of the Luas light rail system.
It is the main railway station for the south.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Heuston_Station   (222 words)

 Dublin - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Heuston Station and Connolly Station are the city's major railway stations, Heuston connects with the towns and cities in the south and west of the Republic while Connolly serves the Sligo and Dublin-Belfast routes.
The first phase (Green Line)of the Luas light rail opened in June 2004 and it is hoped that it will usher a new era for south city and county Dublin; a second line (Red Line) connecting the two main train stations of Heuston and Connolly to the suburb of Tallaght has also opened for business.
The Dublin Area Rapid Transit system is the only electrified mainline railway in the State and serves stations at regular intervals on the railway line along the east coast.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /dublin.htm   (2930 words)

Heuston Station is located on the Quays, the area running alongside the River Liffey that runs through Dublin city Centre.
Dublin has two train stations, Connolly Station, serving northern and midland routes, and Heuston Station, serving western and southern routes.
Connolly Station is beside Busaras, the main bus station, and adjacent to Dublin's financial Centre, the IFSC.
www.tcd.ie /Dublin_Life/arrival/train.htm   (153 words)

 ESB > News and Events > Heuston Station Blazes Trail in ESB Millennium Lighting Award
The Premier Award was made to Heuston Station because of the quality of the overall impression, and particularly the impact of the lighting design on the vista of Dublin as one enters the capital from the South and West.
"The floodlighting of Heuston Station is part of a project to improve the aesthetics, services and facilities at the station for the travelling public" he stated.
CIE'S HEUSTON Station in Dublin has won the Lighting Dublin 2000 Award, which was sponsored by ESB and Dublin City Business Association.
www.esb.ie /main/news_events/press_release19.jsp   (264 words)

On the use of Islandbridge, platform ten at Heuston Station was built as a temporary platform while the redevelopment of the existing train station was ongoing.
It runs directly from Connolly Station on the north side, connects with Spencer Dock, crosses underneath the Phoenix Park to Heuston Station and connects to the rest of the rail network.
It has also been suggested that the fact that the journey along the quays from Heuston to Connolly takes only 15 minutes means that people would not use the service under the Phoenix Park.
www.irlgov.ie /committees-29/c-publicenterprise/20030415-J/Page1.htm   (8604 words)

 Dublin Railroad Services and Heuston Station
Heuston Station not only provides train connections, but is the transportation hub for much of the west side of Dublin.
The South and West are served from Heuston Station.
Heuston Station serves all routes heading through Kildare and Newbridge.
www.dublinguesthouse.com /transport/dublinrailroad.htm   (215 words)

 Transport and Disability by Liz HaltonTuesday, March 25, 1997 6:39:47 PMTuesday, March 25, 1997 6:39:48 PMTuesday, March 25, 1997 6:39:55 PM
To exit the station when on the southbound platform you have to get a key which means waiting until someone comes and asking them to notify one of the staff in the station on the northbound side to open the gate.
While Seapoint Station is partly accessible, you wouldn't bring a wheelbarrow down the ramps, let alone a wheelchair.
A friend and I, travelled to a number of DART Stations in the city of Dublin.
homepage.eircom.net /~andyh/liztran.htm   (2680 words)

 Archiseek - Plaza over Heuston Station
A new public plaza over Heuston Station with public walkways to link it to the Phoenix Park and the city centre is the most striking undertaking in Dublin City Council's development plan.
Along with the area around Heuston Station, Spencer Dock is the only other major land bank available to the local authority and it will continue to be developed with a mixture of residential and commercial premises.
The plaza will be on a podium above the station and will be the centre point of the redevelopment, which will contain a significant number of residential and commercial units.
www.archiseek.com /content/showthread.php?p=27778#post27778   (204 words)

 BUG - Backpackers Guide to Dublin, Ireland
Heuston station is located to the west of the centre near the Guinness Brewery.
Other routes including Dublin to Cork, Galway, Killarney, Waterford and Wexford operate out of Heuston station.
Connolly Station is the more centrally located of the two and handles trains to Belfast and Bus erry in Northern Ireland as well as destinations in the north of the Republic such as Sligo.
www.bugeurope.com /dublin/gta.html   (407 words)

 No disruption to rail services when Heuston station gets €13m overhaul - Irish Architectural News
The train hall at Heuston station is to get its first major overhaul in 160 years, with a total reroofing of the structure as part of a €13 million upgrade.
No disruption to rail services when Heuston station gets €13m overhaul - Irish Architectural News
November 9 2004: No disruption to rail services when Heuston station gets €13m overhaul
www.irish-architecture.com /news/2004/000235.html   (219 words)

 Minister of State Tom Parlon TD and Minister for Finance Charlie Mc Creevy TD laid foundation stone at New Government Offices in Roscommon on 7th November 2003, Convent Road, Roscommon, 6th November, 2003
The location of ‘Heuston Gate' close to Heuston Station gives the development access to an important transportation hub and it is also close to the Luas City Centre/Tallaght line, which will run down Steven's Lane alongside Dr Stevens' Hospital beside this proposed development.
Situated between the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Heuston Station, Heuston Gate is at the heart of a very important cultural quarter.
When completed ‘Heuston Gate' and ‘Westgate' will be home to some 1,500 people who will have elevated roadway access to the nearby Phoenix Park and directly into Heuston Station.
www.opw.ie /whatsnew/pr2003/18dec03.htm   (737 words)

 RTE News - Heuston station to close for the weekend
Dublin's Heuston station is to close in an hour's time until noon on Monday as part of a major refurbishment programme.
RTE News - Heuston station to close for the weekend
However, Iarnród Éireann claims that 80 % of Bank Holiday travellers will be unaffected by the closures, which are taking place outside of peak time.
www.rte.ie /news/2001/0504/heuston.html   (128 words)

 P-CON III: Travel
As Parkgate Street, site of the Ashling Hotel, is only a stone'e throw away from Heuston Station, the country's largest railway station, the convention area is served by a host of bus services from the City Centre during the day.
Anyone who might be travelling to Dublin by rail should also note that there is a bus service that links the main railway stations and will drop you at Heuston Station.
Heuston Station is serviced by the following routes: 748, 79, 90, 90A
www.slovobooks.com /phoenix/2006_travel.php   (532 words)

 Ashling Hotel - 3 Star Hotel - Dublin City Centre North - Dublin
We are situated near the River Liffey, opposite the Guinness Brewery and accross from Heuston Intercity Train Station.
take the no 748, AirLink Express Bus Service to the Last Stop, which is Heuston Intercity Rail Station.
Take the Station Link bus from this rail station to Heustion rail station, Number 90/91/91a and we are just accross the river from the last stop at the station.
www.irelandby.com /ashling/pages/reach.htm   (288 words)

 Trinity College Campus Maps
Heuston rail station serves the west of Ireland and is located directly west of Trinity College.
Via Dublin Bus- Heuston Station is served by several bus routes.
The simplest route to Trinity College for travellers arriving at Connolly Station is via the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport).
www.tcd.ie /Maps/tcd_directions.html   (1488 words)

 RTE News - Heuston station set for €117m expansion
Four new platforms are to be built at Dublin's Heuston station, costing €117 million.
The improvements to Heuston coincide with improvements to the Kildare line, the first phase of which is due to be completed in June of next year.
The first impact will be on St Patrick's Day when the station will be closed from 9am until Monday afternoon.
www.rte.ie /news/2002/0214/rail.html   (153 words)

 The Clarence - 5 Star Hotel - Dublin City Centre South - Dublin
The Aerdart Shuttle bus operates 18 hours a day, 7 days a week, connecting Dublin Airport to Howth Junction DART Station.
From there you can catch another train to Connolly Station.
Aerdart is a public transport link between Dublin Airport and anywhere on Dublin's DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) and suburban rail network.
www.irelandby.com /theclarence/pages/reach.htm   (229 words)

 Hotels in Dublin City Ireland,The Ashling Hotel
There is a frequent RailLink public bus service and the LUAS red line tram from Connolly Station to Heuston Station.
Dublin Bus 748 AirLink Express service, frequent public bus service from the airport to Heuston Railway Station, or 20 minutes by car/taxi.
Connolly Intercity Railway Station, serving the North and West of Ireland.
www.ashlinghotel.ie /location.htm   (166 words)

 Ireland Railway Heuston Station - King George Bridge Dublin Images
When the Great Southern and Western railway terminal opened in 1846 at Heuston, it was known as Kings Bridge station.
An exterior view of Heuston Railway station building, designed by Sancton Wood and based on the Italian Palazzo style design.
Heuston Railway Station - Dublin City Ireland Images
www.irelandposters.com /dublin/heuston_station.html   (232 words)

 Irish Museum of Modern Art: Contact IMMA > Location Map
By bus: Buses to Heuston Station (5 minutes walk via Military Rd): 26 from Wellington Quay; 51, 79 from Aston Quay; 90 Dart Feeder Bus from Connolly and Tara Street Stations to Heuston Station.
By train: 5 minute walk from Heuston Station; from Connolly and Tara Street Stations by 90 bus to Heuston Station.
By Luas: Red line to Heuston Station, 5 minute walk to Museum entrance on Military Road.
www.modernart.ie /en/subnav_61.htm   (125 words)

 International Travel News: Accommodations Worldwide
Though we saw no place in Connolly Station from which to book hotels, there is a Thomas Cook kiosk in the Heuston Station from which to make hotel reservations, etc. There are a number of B&Bs a block or so from the Heuston Station as well as a Best Western hotel.
Another nice one-day round trip by train was from Heuston Station to Galway.
From the Dublin airport we took the Air Bus (Route 748) to the Heuston train station for 3.50 punts (near US$4.27) -- frequent service.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3648/is_9_25/ai_66497582   (1513 words)

 Dublin Bus - Your Journey - Timetables
This service operates in conjuction with train arrivals and departures from Heuston Station.
First Buses at 0625 and 0640 from Connolly Station.
First Buses at 0625, 0640 from Connolly Station.
www.dublinbus.ie /your_journey/viewer.asp?route=90   (316 words)

 The Knot Message Boards
Head west towards Heuston Station continuing past the Civic Offices on Wood Quay.
from heuston station / all western and southern routes:
Arran Quay can be located by a Statoil Petrol Station on the opposite side of the river, on seeing this get ready to turn left.
theknot.com /co_profileview.htm?profilename=summerdays   (463 words)

 Home Page
Martin Cullen signed the order for 120 new InterCity railcars at a ceremony at Heuston station (See JOURNALS 155 and 156).
Fingal County Council has granted planning permission for a new railway station on the Maynooth line.
A special commemorative booklet has been compiled on behalf of the Society with the co-operation of the Railway Procurement Agency.
www.irrs.ie   (183 words)

 Ireland.ie: Things to Do Search Results: Single Offer Details
Airlink is the direct coach link from Dublin City Centre to Dublin Airport, Heuston and Connolly Railway Stations and Bus Aras, the Central Bus Station.
Route 748: Heuston Rail Station; North Quays; O?Connell St.; Central Bus Station; Amiens St.; Fairview; Malahide Rd.; Collins Avenue; M1 and Dublin Airport.
Fares - Central Bus Station/City Centre to Airport: Adult €3.81, Child €1.90 Heuston Station to Airport: Adult €4.44, Child €2.22
www.ireland.ie /things_2_do_results_single.asp?sID=33964   (194 words)

 Phoenix Park House
Regular express bus and service to and from airport and Heuston Station (3 minutes walk)
dublinguesthouse.com   (15 words)

 Dublin Heuston Station sketch Photo by Aidan O'Rourke Manchester photographer writer website publisher
Sketch completed in Berlin from memory depicting Dublin's Heuston Station, formerly Kingsbridge.
Dublin, stations, railways, drawings, sketches, illustrations, Republic of Ireland
The black and orange train, the passengers with bags, the bus waiting outside, the river and an arched roof are depicted.
www.aidan.co.uk /photo828.htm   (191 words)

Lv Connolly Station by boat 9:45am, Arr Holyhead 1:15pm, Lv 3:41pm, Arr London 8:17pm.
www.ehi.com /travel/ehi/ireland/dublts.html   (42 words)

 WWW Links
HO Model of Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania CNJ Station in the 1940's (Steve Hale
Friends of the Chicago & Alton Depot Inc Station preservation group in Independence, MO Friends of the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad (Don Richter)
Harmans Cross Railway Station UK station restoration project (Neil Legg)
www.tadlane.com /rrlinks2.htm   (4766 words)

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