this window when done
W Robb, 5th July 1933
picture is taken looking westward towards Belfast.
The building immediately in front of the photographer is the signal cabin.
Behind can be seen the canopy of the waiting room. On the down platform the
roof of a standard Culverwell wooden waiting shed is just visible. The engine
is No. 26 the 12:50pm to
Comber. Dundonald station was well known for its tidy appearance and pretty
flower beds, often winning prizes for “Best Kept Station”. Click >> here <<
for more information about the Belfast County Down Railway garden stations.