The Broombridge station is unusual because it is a halt, which are rare to see in Ireland. This means that it is unmanned all of the time, and it is also the end of the line. The station is on the site where William Rowney Hamilton the mathematician discovered quaternions, and there is a plaque nearby on the canal bridge explaining this.
The Broombridge Railway station is named after the Broom Bridge, which passes over a canal nearby. So the station in Dublin has good transport links and is a place which is known for a famous person.
Address: Broombridge Dublin 7, Ireland
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