Excavation for underground station will affect park for up to three years

A large part of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin will be closed to allow the building of an underground rail station.

3rd June, 2006

A large part of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin will be closed to allow the building of an underground rail station.

Most of the park is likely to be excavated and construction will continue for two to three years, as part of the building of the new metro and rail network. The Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) is in negotiations with Dublin City Council, the Office of Public Works and Irish Rail about the...

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