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Cluain Dalláin
clondulangers (people who are from clondulane)
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°08′33″N 08°13′24″W / 52.14250°N 8.22333°W / 52.14250; -8.22333
Country Ireland
CountyCounty Cork
 • Total417
Time zoneUTC+0 (WET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-1 (IST (WEST))

Clondulane (Irish: Cluain Dalláin)[2] is a village in north County Cork, Ireland, 3.5m east of Fermoy, just off the Main Fermoy-Dungarvan Road. Originally built as a camp for the workers of a Cork Milling Company grain mill, it now has a population of over 200. However, with 60 new houses being built in the immediate area, this is soon to rise dramatically. . Unusually, there are three large houses of note in the village: Clondulane, Glandulane, and Careysville Houses, the latter being owned by the Duke of Devonshire(England)and used as a lodging house during the salmon season. Along with 4 housing estates and many stand alone dwellings, there is a school, community centre, public house, playing fields, park, disused railway station, factory, a Protestant school, Protestant church and graveyard.



Clondulane railway station opened on 27 September 1872, but closed on 27 March 1967.[3] It was located on the now dismantled Waterford to Mallow line and served by the Rosslare to Cork boat train.[4]

See also


  1. ^ "Census 2016 - Small Area Population Statistics (SAPMAP Area) - Settlements - Clondulane". Census 2016. Central Statistics Office.
  2. ^ Placenames Database of Ireland. Cluain Dalláin Verified 2011-03-05.
  3. ^ "Clondulane station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 2007-09-17.
  4. ^
  • Nielstrom, N (1992) "Cork Milling Company", Falon Publishing, Dublin, Ireland.

Coordinates: 52°08′33″N 8°13′24″W / 52.14250°N 8.22333°W / 52.14250; -8.22333

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