Opened on the Midland Great Western Railway.
Opened on the Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway.
Opened on the Athenry and Tuam Railway.
|/ /1859||Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway|
Incorporated. (Or 1860?) Junction made at Athenry to allow running to the Athenry and Tuam Railway.
|/ /1860||Athenry and Tuam Railway|
Line opened from Athenry (Midland Great Western Railway) to Tuam.Worked by the MGWR until 1870.
|/ /1869||Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway|
Line opened from Ennis (Limerick and Ennis Railway) to Athenry (Midland Great Western Railway). Line operated by company.
|/ /1901||Waterford, Limerick and Western Railway|
Absorbed by Great Southern and Western Railway. Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway granted running powers from Waterford to Limerick. Midland Great Western Railway (who had opposed the merger) granted running powers from Athenry to Limerick, used for a passenger train, goods and cattle trains until 1911.
|/ /1911||Waterford and Limerick Railway|
The Midland Great Western Railway ceases stabling two engines at Limerick for its traffic using running powers to and from Athenry.
|/ /1912||Midland Great Western Railway|
Attymon Junction to Athenry doubled.
|/ /1927||Midland Great Western Railway|
Attymon Junction to Athenry singled.
|/ /1992||Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway|
Re-opened from Ennis to Athenry.
|/ /1994||Athenry and Tuam Railway
Athenry and Tuam Extension to Claremorris Railway|
Re-opened from Athenry to Claremorris.
|29/03/2010||Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway|
Official re-opened between Ennis and Athenry to carry a Limerick - Galway Ceannt service.
|30/03/2010||Athenry and Ennis Junction Railway|
Public re-opening between Ennis and Athenry to carry a Limerick - Galway Ceannt service.
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: The North of Scotland v. 15 (Regional railway history series)
The Elgin or Charlestown Railway 1762-1863