Railway arches, Belfast :: Shared Description


I suppose that anybody under 50 might (if they even gave the matter a second thought) wonder why there are so many railway arches at May’s Meadow when the railway is just two lines. The answer is that the area was once the site of extensive goods sidings (closed in 1963) handling, inter alia, livestock, coal and sand. I remember them still in place but overgrown. They remained so until removed when the line was rebuilt and re-opened. Late 2010 saw a proposal to convert them for community use.
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J3473 : Railway arches, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge
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J3473 : Railway arch, Belfast (7) by Albert Bridge
J3473 : The Stewart Street site, Belfast - October 2015(3) by Albert Bridge
J3473 : Railway arches, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3473 : Railway arches, Belfast (4) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Mon, 15 Nov 2010, Updated: Mon, 15 Nov 2010

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