Dundalk, Newry and Greenore Railway :: Shared Description

The Dundalk, Newry & Greenore Railway began operating in May 1873 linking Dundalk with the London & North Western Railway's port of Greenore from which ferries and cattle boats sailed to Heysham, Fleetwood and Holyhead. In 1876 the line was extended from Greenore to Newry. In 1923 the line became part of the LMS network and from 1933 was operated under an agreement by the Great Northern Railway (Ireland). The Newry terminus was at Dublin Bridge Station and that at Dundalk Quay Street. LinkExternal link
by Eric Jones
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J1119 : View SE along the former trackbed of the Newry to Greenore railway line by Eric Jones
J1120 : View North-west along the trackbed of the old Newry to Greenore Railway line by Eric Jones


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Created: Sun, 20 May 2018, Updated: Sun, 20 May 2018

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