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Tralee railway station
|Location|| North Circular Road, Tralee
Tralee Casement station (Tralee Railway Station; Irish: Stáisiún Trá Lí) is the terminus station on the Mallow–Tralee line and serves the town of Tralee in County Kerry. It is the most westerly railway station in Europe.
Passengers transfer at Mallow for services to Dublin and Cork or via a small number of direct Dublin and Cork services.
Tralee is served by 7–8 trains each weekday. There is a slightly reduced service on Sundays. There are 4 Dublin InterCity Trains on Sundays.
There are also connecting trains at Limerick Junction for Clonmel and Waterford as well as Limerick, Ennis, Athenry and Galway.
|Preceding station||Iarnród Éireann||Following station|
|Ardfert||Great Southern and Western Railway