Peace Wall :: Shared Description

The peace lines or peace walls are/were a series of separation barriers erected to separate nationalist and loyalist neighbourhoods during the Northern Ireland Troubles LinkExternal link in the late twentieth century. The peace lines were originally built as temporary structures meant to last only six months, but due to their effective nature they became wider, longer and more permanent; ranging in length from a few hundred yards to over three miles. They may be made of iron, brick, and/or steel and are up to 25 feet high.
by David Dixon
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J3274 : West Belfast, Peace Wall and Clonard Monasery by David Dixon
J3274 : Peace Wall on Cupar Way by Gerald England
J3274 : The Peace Wall, Cupar Way by David Dixon
J3274 : Cupar Way, The Peace Wall by David Dixon
J3274 : Adding to the Peace Wall by Gerald England
J3274 : Peace Wall on Cupar Way by Gerald England
J3274 : West Belfast Peace Wall, Cupar Way by David Dixon


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Created: Tue, 25 Jul 2017, Updated: Tue, 25 Jul 2017

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