Experience the beauty of the Suir Valley from a period carriage and take in the wonderful panoramic views of the River Suir

Board the train at Kilmeadan Station, hear the whistle blow and take off on an exciting journey through the countryside, taking in panoramic views of the River Suir, get a glimpse in to Mount Congreve Gardens, make a wish as you pass through the Fairy Wood and continue on to Carriganore beside Waterford Greenway.

Travelling at 15km per hour, the journey lasts 40 minutes. 

Come prepared with a jacket if you want to sit in the open carriages. Enclosed seating also available. This is a fun experience for all ages and all facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Refreshments are available.  Special events in the year include Nature Express, Sunset Express  and Santa Express at Christmas. Check the website for timetables and further information.

  • Take in panoramic views of the River Suir
  • Travelling at 15km per hour, the journey lasts 40 minutes
  • Family friendly railway
  • This is an area rich in history and is only accessible by train

Open Daily 1st Apr to 30th Sept, Feb and Oct Midterm break

Santa Express in Dec


Admission Prices

See the website for admission prices.

Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility and other useful information.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Refreshments are available on site

PARKING: Car and coach parking

ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair accessible

Getting There

Located 10km from Waterford City On N25 towards Cork take Carrick Road (R680) off Carrick Road Roundabout. From Cork take 1st exit off Roundabout on to R680 Kilmeadan Station is on the left

Map Location: 52.246796, -7.246905
Contact Waterford Suir Valley Railway

Kilmeadan Station, Kilmeadan, Co. Waterford, Ireland

Eircode: X91 DH93
T: +353 (0)51 384 058
E: info@wsvrailway.ie
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