Lisburn West railway station

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Lisburn West
NI Railways
Location Lisburn
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Coordinates 54°30′40″N 6°04′09″W / 54.511226°N 6.069193°W / 54.511226; -6.069193Coordinates: 54°30′40″N 6°04′09″W / 54.511226°N 6.069193°W / 54.511226; -6.069193
Owned by NI Railways
Operated by NI Railways
Platforms ?
Structure type At-grade

Lisburn West is a proposed railway station planned for the Knockmore area of Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.[1] It would serve the Belfast–Newry railway line between Lisburn and Moira and possibly the Lisburn–Antrim railway line if it is reopened in the future.


The station development was announced in 2014,[citation needed] when Translink bought the South Eastern Regional College just outside Lisburn and demolished it in apparent preparation of the opening of the station.[citation needed] The work was scheduled to begin at the end of 2015 and complete during 2016,[citation needed] however, as of September 2016, no further announcements have been made and no construction has begun.


Preceding station   NIR logo.svg Northern Ireland Railways   Following station
Lisburn   Northern Ireland Railways
Belfast-Derry via Lisburn-Antrim line
  Northern Ireland Railways

See also


  1. ^ "West Lisburn Development Framework" (Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council)
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