Cork Albert Quay

Location type

Name and dates

Cork Albert Quay (1851-1961)

Opened on the Cork and Bandon Railway.

Opened on the Cork City Railways.


06/12/1851Cork and Bandon Railway
Ceremonial opening of Cork Albert Quay to Ballinhassig to Bandon.
08/12/1851Cork and Bandon Railway
Public opening from Cork Albert Quay to Bandon.
  /  /1866Cork and Macroom Direct Railway
Opened from Cork Albert Quay (using a mile of the Cork and Bandon Railway) to Macroom.
  /  /1912Cork City Railways
Line opened between Cork Glanmire Road and Cork Albert Quay with two lifting bridges over the two courses of the River Lee.
  /  /1925Cork and Macroom Direct Railway
Great Southern Railways closes Cork Capwell, diverting trains to Cork Albert Quay.
  /  /1961Cork and Bandon Railway Clonakilty Extension Railway West Cork Railways Ilen Valley Railway Baltimore Extension Railway Bantry Extension Railway Bantry Bay Extension Railway
Closed. The terminus at Cork Albert Quay remains open as a goods depot, accessed by the Cork City Railways.
  /  /1976Cork City Railways
Closed, after 1961 used purely to access Cork Albert Quay. Bridges over the River Lee are retained for road only use.