Long disused but once famously scenic the Waterford-Dungarvan railway has been converted into a really stunning cycle and walking route. The first section, from Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan, was reopened in 2016 and 2017 saw the Kilmacthomas to Waterford section completed.
The remains of old railway infrastructure such as the Durrow/Stradbally signal box, can still be found along the route, providing added interest for the railway buff!
In places, the Waterford Greenway runs alongside the Waterford and Suir Valley narrow gauge railway.
Along the Waterfrd Greenway, there are some stunning sights:
- The World-famous Mount Concreve gardens (directly accessible from the Greenway)
- The Durrow 7-arch Viaduct
- The Kilmacthomas 8-arch stone viaduct
- The Ballyvoyle brick-lined tunnel
- The lovely town of Dungarvan with its stunning views across Dungarvan Bay.