THE CLIFDEN STATION HOUSE MUSEUM

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The Station House Museum is located on the site of the old Clifden Railway Station and is housed in the original engine shed built in 1895. This small museum is devoted to the story of its founder John D’Arcy, the local Connemara ponies, the old railway line between Cliden and Galway City, Millars Mill and the Alcock and Brown transatlantic flight (the world’s first transatlantic flight). In the Marconi wireless station, visitors are treated to a photographic exhibition.

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The Clifden Station House Museum, Station House Courtyard, Galway Rd, Clifden, Co. Galway, Ireland

53.488334, -10.018118

Clifden Station House Museum

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