Railway Terrace in Mullingar, Westmeath is a train depot near the current Dublin to Sligo line of the Irish railway system. It is owned by the national transportation company CIE however the Railway Preservation Society Of Ireland use it as a base to restore carriages.
The area was used during the time of the Great Western Railway and the modern Sligo line still passes nearby. It has one of only 2 railway turning tracks still in existence in Ireland. Apart from the abandoned buildings, there is quite a lot of railway machinery located around the site, most owned by the RPSI.
There was once grand plans to turn it into the National Transport Museum of Ireland however those plans never came to fruition and the area remains abandoned.
Location: Mullingar, Ireland