Clonmel is the largest town on the line. Visitor attractions include the County Museum and the South Tipperary Arts Centre. The tourist office is located at the Main Guard (pictured left). Clonmel has a prominent place in the history of Irish public transport as it was between Hearns Hotel in the town and Cahir that Charles Bianconi first operated a horse-drawn carriage (or “bian”).
There is a heritage trail taking in buildings and features of interest around the town.
The town also has a racecourse (horse racing), located at Powerstown Park, around 1.75kms from the railway station.
The Clonmel Online website has a myriad of useful information for residents and visitors alike.
South Tipperary County Museum:
The museum is located at Mick Delahunty Square around a ten minute walk from Clonmel railway station.
The museum has a wide ranging collection reflecting all spheres of life and activity in South County Tipperary.
Clonmel has extensive shopping facilities. Pictured left is Mitchell Street, just one of the town's streets.
Accommodation near Clonmel railway station:
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Date of last update to this page: 16th December, 2013: additional link.