The Line This line stretches from Rosslare in the south to Belfast in the north. However, we will be focusing on the 54.74 mile section between Greystones and Drogheda Macbride and Howth, arguably the most important part of the line. This section contains both rural and suburban areas, as well as really nice views of the coast. Stations Major stations are marked in Bold Main route Drogheda MacBride Laytown Balbriggan Skerries Rush & Lusk Donabate Malahide Portmarnock Clongriffin Howth Junction and Donaghmede Kilbarrack Raheny Harmonstown Killester Clontarf Road Dublin Connolly Tara Street Dublin Pearse Grand Canal Dock Lansdowne Road Sandymount Sydney Parade Booterstown Blackrock Seapoint Salthill & Monkstown Dún Laoghaire Sandycove & Glasthule Glenageary Dalkey Killiney Shankill Bray Daly Greystones Howth Branch Howth Junction and Donaghmede Bayside Sutton Howth Rolling Stock 3 trains will be featured on this route, those being: 8500 class (runs DART services between Malahide, Howth and Greystones), 22000 class (runs Intercity services) and 29000 class (runs Commuter and Enterprise, in case the Enterprise train breaks down) Services Services on this line are quite diverse, so lets take a look... DART Howth-Bray Daly: all stops with 3tph (1tph extended to Greystones) Malahide-Bray Daly: all stops with 3tph (1tph extended to Greystones) Commuter Dublin Connolly-Drogheda MacBride: Fast to Malahide then all stops with 1tph (1tpd stops at Howth Junction and Clongriffin and 2tpd stop at Portmarnock) [some peak trains are extended to Bray and Dublin Pearse] Dublin Connolly-Gorey: all stops to Dún Laoghaire and fast to Bray, then all stops to Gorey with 1tpd [ends at Greystones] Grand Canal Dock-Hazelhatch & Celbridge: all stops with 1tph [ends at Dublin Connolly] Intercity Dublin Connolly-Rosslare Europort: Limited stops with 5tpd (2tpd northbound will stop at Blackrock, Lansdowne Road and Grand Canal Dock) [ends at Greystones] Pictures Dublin Connolly Dublin Pearse Drogheda MacBride 8500 Class 29000 Class 22000 Class Final Words I feel this route would be a brilliant addition to TSW2, with its diverse range of services to the stunning stations of Dublin and the amazing coastal views when heading toward Greystones. Also, the Enterprise Train could be added as DLC for an extra 1tp2h between Dublin Connolly and Drogheda.