Overview

Newry is a through and terminal station in the Newry Zone. It is served by Waterline services to Newry Harbour, James Street, Connolly and Greenslade.

Track & Platform Layout

-] Terminus

<< Passing Service Direction


Platforms

/Tracks

Services

/Use

1 Waterline services to Connolly
>>
[- Unused siding
<< [- 2B:

Waterline services to Newry Harbour

2A:

Terminating, Waterline services to Connolly, Greenslade and James Street

2B 2A
3 Terminating, Waterline services to Connolly, Greenslade and James Street
[-


Trivia

  • Newry is one of the two stations to have its platforms divided by letters. The only other station with this trait is Morganstown. Benton also used to have lettered platforms, but they were removed when the station was remodeled in V1.7.
  • Trains at Platform 2B cannot depart until the Waterline service from Newry Harbour arrives on Platform 1, due to the fact that the stretch between Newry and Newry Harbour is single-tracked. Drivers may wait up to 4 minutes. However, such situation rarely occurs as very few drivers choose to drive R012, the only service calling at Newry Harbour.
  • In BanTech's livestream, the developers said that there is a possiblity for a Newry Depot. However, it appears a siding may be more likely because the tracks for one have been laid between Platforms 1 & 2B. However, currently there are completely no signs showing when would this be materialized.
  • This was one of the only three stations that was still using old banner repeaters along with St Helens Bridge and Bodin. But in 1.4.1, the banner repeaters have been replaced.
  • There is a station in real life with the same name in Northern Ireland.
  • This station has step-free access to platforms 3, 2a, and 2b. Platform 1 is not step-free because the only way to access it is via the footbridge.
  • Before the Big Update, a sign at the entrance of the station stated that services went to 'Rose Dale Head', which later became Connolly. Some have predicted that a station in the James Street Extension may take that name, similar to how Beechley took City Hospital's old name and Willowfield took Financial Quarter's old name, but that has never been confirmed.

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