Rathdrum, County Wicklow, The Province of Leinster, Ireland

🇮🇪 Rathdrum (Irish: Ráth Droma, meaning 'ringfort of the ridge') is a village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated high on the western side of the Avonmore river valley, which flows through the Vale of Clara. Rathdrum is served by mainline train and bus from Dublin and Rosslare. Rathdrum railway station opened on 18 July 1863, replacing the earlier terminus at Rathdrum (Kilcommon) (opened on 20 August 1861) when the line was extended. Bus Éireann route 133 from Wicklow to Arklow serves Rathdrum twice a day each way (once each way on Sundays) and provides a link to Avoca, Woodenbridge, Glenealy and Rathnew. The Wicklow Way bus service operates two routes linking Rathdrum railway station and Rathdrum with Glendalough and Tinahely respectively.

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Rathdrum has a population of over 1,663 people. Rathdrum also forms part of the wider Wicklow County which has a population of over 142,425 people.

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