|Original company||Donegal Railway Company|
|Post-grouping||County Donegal Railways Joint Committee|
|6 August 1900||Station opens|
|1 January 1955||Station closes|
It was opened by the Donegal Railway Company on 6 August 1900. It was built in red brick in 1899–1900 by R Campbell & Son of Belfast to designs by James Barton. Its front elevation faced the Craigavon Bridge.
It closed on 1 January 1955.
The station building was purchased by O'Neill & McHenry, a firm of wholesale grocers, who adapted it for storage purposes.
The former bonded warehouse which presently has the address of 6 Victoria Road has been inhabited by Dawson Hinds Office Furniture Centre since the early 1990s.
Part of the building was leased for some years to the North West of Ireland Railway Society, which maintained a museum there.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Terminus||Donegal Railway Company
Londonderry to Strabane 1900–1955
- "Londonderry Victoria Road station" (PDF). Railscot - Irish Railways. Retrieved 27 April 2012.
- William Alan McCutcheon, The Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland. Dept. of the Environment, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984
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