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Heuston train station is one of the three main train stations serving Dublin and is one of the busiest train stations in Ireland. It opened in 1846 and was originally named Kingsbridge Station. In 1966 it was named for Sean Heuston, one of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising. The station was renovated and refurbished between 1998-2005. It primarily serves the south and west of the country, while Connolly station serves the south and the west.

Address: St John`s Road West, Dublin 8, D08 E2CV
Transportation from Dublin Heuston Train Station:

To Dublin Airport:
Airlink Express Route 747
Hours: 4:45 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. (Airlink Express)

Local Bus Connections:
Dublin Bus Routes 67, 67A, 67X, 90, 145
Hours: 6:45 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Dublin Bus)

To other railway stations from Dublin Heuston Station:
Frequent Luas light rail trains to Connolly station (7-minute trip).

Trains using this station:

InterCity (to Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Galway, Mayo, and Kerry)
Commuter Trains (to Portlaoise, Kildare, Portarlington, Ballybrophy, Limerick Junction, and Mallow)


Telephone access:
Telephone stands
Location: main concourse

International Code: 011
Country Code: 353
City Code: 01


Information Office:
Phone: +353 (0)1 836 6222

Baggage Consignment:
Nearby at Tipperary House B&B, 7 Parkgate St, Stoneybatter, Dublin, D08 T26A
Rates: €5 per day, hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Phone: +353 (0)1 679 5317

Places to eat in or near the station:
Eason Newsagents
Mullins Confectionery Shop
Pick and Mix Sweet Shop
Londis (on Parkgate Street)
SuperValu (at Heuston South Quarter)