| The Old Station House |

A residential development of individually designed townhouses thoughtfully set within the historical building of a 150 year old former train station and goods yard in the country town of Athboy.


| Project Description |

The Old Station House is an impressive new development comprising of exceptional luxury townhouses. Nine of the townhouses have been incorporated in to the existing attractive stone station building. The existing station building has been expertly restored to a highest standard with meticulous attention to original features.

| Construction Documentation |

| Project Role|

 The Old Station House dates from 1870 when it served as the terminus for the Kilmessan-Trim-Athboy section of the Dublin and Meath Railway. The first trains commenced running from January 1865 which were exclusively cattle trains, the passenger services began by the end of February. The service continued until 1963 when the station closed because popularity of road travel. The role of the railway was central to the development of Athboy particularly relation to the cattle trade where large cattle fairs were held at the Fair Green located beside the station.

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| Project Info |

Project Architectural Technologist

Athboy, Co. Meath, Ireland

Jetform Construction

2006 – 2009


Shay Scanlon / Jetform Construction

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