Gray's Lane, Belfast :: Shared Description

Gray’s Lane was built circa 1908/10. It runs, steely uphill, through Fortwilliam golf course, from the Shore Road to the Antrim Road. The name seems to come from Captain George Gray, a Victorian gentleman who owned a nearby house called “Graymount".
by Albert Bridge
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11 images use this description:

J3479 : Gray's Lane, Belfast (1) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gray's Lane, Belfast - September 2014(4) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gray's Lane, Belfast - September 2014(3) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : "Humps" and "no footway" signs, Belfast (September 2014) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gate, Gray's Lane, Belfast (September 2014) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gray's Lane, Belfast - September 2014(2) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gray's Lane, Belfast - September 2014(1) by Albert Bridge
J3479 : No 792 Shore Road, Belfast - July 2019(2) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Gray's Lane, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3479 : Gray's Lane and the Cave Hill, Belfast (July 2019) by Albert Bridge
J3379 : Lords and ladies, Belfast (September 2014) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Fri, 19 Sep 2014, Updated: Sat, 20 Sep 2014

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