The Glenmachan Road, Belfast :: Shared Description

The Glenmachan Road runs from the Belmont Road to the old Holywood Road, near J3876 : Garnerville Presbyterian church, Belfast. It marks the limit of development of suburban east Belfast J3975 : Belfast by the back door. The name J3975 : Glenmachan Road sign, Belfast (1) comes from Glenmachan Tower, an imposing house built in the 1860ís, built by the architect Thomas Jackson, for his own occupation and sold to the linen baron, Sir William Ewart J3373 : Ewart's Building, Belfast - de-listed and demolished in the 1980ís.
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J3975 : Fields and trees, Glenmachan, Belfast - February 2014(1) by Albert Bridge
J3975 : Glenmachan Road sign, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3975 : The Glenmachan Road, Belfast - February 2014(2) by Albert Bridge
J3975 : Road closure sign, Glenmachan, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3975 : Field gate, Glenmachan, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3975 : Glenmachan Road sign, Belfast (1) by Albert Bridge
J3975 : Field and trees, Glenmachan, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3975 : The Glenmachan Road, Belfast - February 2014(1) by Albert Bridge
J3975 : The Glenmachan Road, Belfast by Albert Bridge


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Created: Tue, 25 Feb 2014, Updated: Tue, 25 Feb 2014

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