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Antrim railway station serves Antrimmarker in County Antrim, Northern Irelandmarker.

Antrim station was opened on 11 April 1848, and was closed for goods traffic on 4 January 1965. The passenger station is still open to trains on the Belfast to Derry line although the possibility of reopening the Lisburn-Antrim line as a circular route, with a halt at Belfast International Airportmarker has been discussed.

History

Operated by the Midland Railway Northern Counties Committee, at the beginning of the 20th century, the station was run by the Ulster Transport Authority from 1948 to 1968, then part of Northern Ireland Railways. Since 1996 the station has been part of Translink.

See also

Antrim railway station marker

Service

Mondays to Saturdays there is a two hourly service towards Derry Waterside or Belfast Great Victora Street operated by Northern Ireland Railways with some other services ending and starting at Ballymena.

On Sundays there is 5 trains in each direction.

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