How to get to Pearse Street in Dublin by Bus or Train


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From ODEON, Blanchardstown 58 min
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From Park West Industrial Park, Dublin 55 min

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What are the closest stations to Pearse Street?

  • The closest stations to Pearse Street are:
    • Trinity College, Shaw Street is 14 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Pearse Street is 15 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Shaw Street is 25 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Dublin City South, Lower Sandwith Street is 292 meters away, 4 min walk

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Pearse Street, Dublin
Pearse Street, Dublin Pearse Street (Irish: Sráid an Phiarsaigh) is one of the longest streets in Dublin and varies in use along its length. It is named after the Irish revolutionaries, Pádraig Pearse and his brother William, who were born there. It was previously called Great Brunswick Street. Its western end meets College Street near Townsend Street. Here, on the northern side, there is a Garda station, followed by the headquarters of the Dublin Fire Brigade with the Central Fire Station. The Trinity City Hotel is over and beside the fire station. Office buildings are on the southern side of the street, followed by Trinity College, Dublin. These offices of the Department of Social Protection are on the site of the Queen's Theatre, Dublin. Another building of note is (O'Neill's Pub) 37 Great Brunswick Street which dates from the 1850s and is still in the same ownership today. The DART crosses Pearse street beside St. Mark's church, and east of that is the former Antient Concert Rooms where W. B. Yeats’ play The Countess Cathleen was first performed 8 May 1899 and James Joyce won an award for singing at the Feis Ceoil 16 May 1904. No. 43 is the former Erasmus Smith Commercial and Civil Service School, a bank and pub bracket the junction with Lombard Street, with Trinity College and the railway station and Goldsmith Hall opposite each other on Westland Row. Further east along the street is the Pearse Street Public Library, which has the Gilbert Library and the City Archives on its first floor. The street then becomes residential, including Pearse Square, until it reaches McMahon Bridge at Grand Canal Dock, where numerous high-tech offices and high-rise apartment buildings in an area dubbed Silicon Docks can be found. The street is then named Ringsend Road, and later Bridge Street around Ringsend Bridge on its continuation into Dublin 4. The Cuban embassy is located there.
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