J5878 : The Cannyreagh Road near Donaghadee

taken 1 year ago, near to Donaghadee, Northern Ireland

The Cannyreagh Road near Donaghadee
The Cannyreagh Road near Donaghadee
The narrow Cannyreagh Road near Donaghadee. The stone walls are actually the remnants of a railway bridge over the former line between Donaghadee and Newtownards, now completely infilled.
The Belfast and County Down Railway



The Belfast and County Down Railway ran from Queen’s Quay station in Belfast to Castlewellan via Comber, Downpatrick and Newcastle. There were also lines from Comber to Donaghadee via Newtownards, Belfast to Bangor and branches from Ballynahinch Jct to Ballynahinch and Downpatrick to Ardglass. The lines opened between 1848 and 1892. All closed by 1950 except for Castlewellan – Newcastle which survived until 1955 as part of the GNR(I) route from Belfast via Banbridge and the Bangor line which remains open but from Belfast Central.

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Date Taken
Friday, 27 March, 2020   (more nearby)
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Friday, 27 March, 2020
Geographical Context
Historic sites and artefacts  Village, Rural settlement  Roads, Road transport 
Place (from Tags)
Donaghadee 
Near (from Tags)
Donaghadee 
Former (from Tags)
Railway Bridge 
Primary Subject of Photo
Road 
Subject Location
Irish: geotagged! J 580 789 [100m precision]
WGS84: 54:38.0488N 5:33.2203W
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Irish: geotagged! J 580 789
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South-southeast (about 157 degrees)
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