Railway bridge at Dunmurry station :: Shared Description


The railway between Belfast (Glengall Place) and Lisburn opened in 1839 as 6 2 gauge before being converted to the Irish standard gauge of 5 3 in 1849. The sandstone underbridge at Upper Dunmurry Lane (similar to one at Lambeg) seems to date from the opening. At the time the surrounding area was entirely rural.
by Albert Bridge
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J2968 : Railway bridge, Dunmurry (1) by Albert Bridge
J2968 : Railway bridge, Dunmurry (4) by Albert Bridge
J2968 : Railway bridge, Dunmurry (3) by Albert Bridge
J2968 : Railway bridge, Dunmurry (2) by Albert Bridge
J2968 : Railway bridge, Dunmurry (5) by Albert Bridge
J2968 : Bench Mark, Dunmurry by Mr Don't Waste Money Buying Geograph Images On eBay


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Created: Thu, 8 Apr 2010, Updated: Thu, 8 Apr 2010

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