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I hope you have enjoyed
looking at this site about Dundonald’s railway past.
It was the growth of motor transport
more than anything that killed the County Down Railway. For a period since
then it appeared that personal transportation by car was the ideal way for us
to move about. However today’s ever increasing problems of congestion on the
roads show us that this is not a sustainable solution to transportation. This
is especially so in supporting the mass morning and evening migrations from
the suburbs into
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© 2004 from a watercolour by the author.
This site would not have
been possible without the help of the
I wish to thank Mr Glyn
Weigh for supplying pictures of some BCDR tickets from his collection.
I would like to thank Mr
I would like to thank
I also wish to thank the
staff at the Ordnance Survey Old Maps department, Belfast Central Newspaper
library and the Public Records Office for all their help.
Lastly thanks to all those
who have written books or in other ways sought to keep the memory of the
Belfast and County Down Railway alive.