A Belfast Corporation tram is seen outside Belfast Queens Quay station in 1951.
A Belfast Corporation tram is seen outside Belfast Queens Quay station in 1951. The tram is on the line that entered the station on its southern side and it ...
Greencastle Village Old Photographs, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Old Photos, Old Pictures
Royal Avenue, BELFAST 1930's. Grand Central Hotel entrance is on the right
Circa 1907 with an electric tram run by Belfast Corporation Tramways outside York Road station.
Now Primark, this shows the the famous Bank Building at the top of Castle Place in 1931
Looking west at Belfast Queens Quay station in 1970. By this time only platforms 1, 2 and 3 were still in use and the trainshed had been demolished.
Belfast Queens Quay looking west in May 1950. At the head of a Bangor train at platform 3 is locomotive number 223. This engine was built for the Belfast ...
New east Belfast bus lanes to operate from Monday
Security Gates Belfast City Centre
The Odeon Cinema, Great Victoria Street, Belfast. 1962
Great Northern Railway Station, Belfast, ca, 1900 #Irish History
Looking north into Belfast Queens Quay station in May 1950. Trams ran into the station allowing passengers to change modes undercover and away from ...
Grand Central Hotel in Belfast, from European Cities 1900 - Page 3 - SkyscraperCity
Neill's Hill, Railway Station, Belfast, Co. Antrim
The original station buildings by Charles Lanyon
Belfast Corporation Tramways - Image: Cultra a 16
Belfast York Road Railway Station in 1906.
Old Belfast in Photographs
The station concourse at Belfast Queens Quay in the early months of 1976. Photo from TheTurfBurner published under Creative Commons Licence
The site of Belfast Queens Quay station looking north on 20 April 2014. Photo by Paul Wright
Looking north-east towards the site of Belfast Queens Quay station from the western side of the River Lagan on 20 April 2014. The red brick building seen in ...
The first actual Glider vehicle on display at the Busworld Europe exhibition in Belgium in October 2017. [DFI]
Queen's Quay station in 1971.jpg
Entire buildings razed at Bridge Street
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Belfast City Sightseeing - Parliament Buildings
Belfast's Titanic Quarter | © Titanic Belfast/ Flickr
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Belfast Corporation Tramways. Belfast Royal Avenue 1920's.jpg
Station interior on the last day of operation. Site of Queen's Quay ...
Postcard of Queen' Quay Terminus c 1910
Site of Queen's Quay station in 1988
Belfast Corporation Tramways - Image: Cultra a 13
Belfast Central Station to be renamed “Lanyon Place”
The July 1922 timetable showed 40 departures from Belfast Queens Quay on weekdays. The Bangor line still enjoyed the most intensive service.
Belfast Rapid Transit works on the Upper Newtownards Road at the Comber Road junction, viewed citybound, where a right-turn pocket is being created.
SOLD OUT Meeting point: Dock Cafe. Inspired by the tramcars that once moved thousands of shipyard workers around Queen's Island, the Wee Tram ...
NIR inherited a very run-down Queens Quay station but a relatively busy Bangor line and developed a plan to reopen the former BCR and create a new Belfast ...
Stupendous: The Titanic Belfast Museum (above) is a monument to the ill-
Emerald isle: Belfast City Hall
The depot was demolished and all the lines between Queens Quay and Ballymacarrett Junction were lifted. Part of the station site was developed with a road, ...
Toronto Streetcar Ride along Queens Quay JULY 2017
Toronto Street Car -Queens Quay W to Union Station
View from inside Belfast Queen's Quay terminus.
Belfast trolleybus tours Reading
Note the articulated middle portion visible just ahead, reminiscent of the Luas in ...
Platforms 2 and 3 on the final day of service
Another interior view of the first Glider vehicle on display at the Busworld Europe exhibition in Belgium in October 2017. [DFI]
Work underway for Belfast Rapid Transit on the Upper Newtownards Road at Beersbridge Road junction (on the right ahead), seen looking countrybound on ...
Platform 1 on the final day of service
TITANIC QUARTER BELFAST-Harland & Wolff
Troughs like this one on Oxford Street could be found all over Belfast as late as the 1960s. Pic : Old Belfast Photographs1 of 15
Progress on Belfast Rapid Transit
The Belfast and County Down Railway Terminus at Queen's Quay, April 1913. Pic : Old Belfast Photographs6 of 15
Steam tram engine No. 2. The Portstewart Tramway Company ...
Queen's Quay Station Belfast In 1865 a new company ...
At the launch of Glider on 31 August 2018 - David Sterling, head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service; Lord Mayor of Belfast, Deirdre Hargey and head of ...
The Joiners Shop circa 1950
Beautiful Belfast. Castle Junction looking down Royal Avenue with the impressive Bank Buildings. Pic : Old Belfast Photographs12 of 15
A huge renovation project turned this once-neglected waterfront wasteland into one of Belfast's most vibrant and most-visited neighborhoods.
With these air travel tips, the one-hour flight to Belfast from your UK city will be a doddle, says Peter Moor, from Huddersfield.
Typical Glider halt at Holywood Arches, featuring the off-vehicle ticket machine that will speed boarding. [DFI from this tweet]
Incredible aerial footage of Belfast in 1930s - can you spot your street - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
In Titanic's day, the tram lines that criss-crossed Belfast city like a spider's ...
'Stormont' recalls the story of how once rural surroundings have developed into an urban environment. The story takes the form of a journey and looks at the ...
Guided tour: Sat 18 July, 9pm - 10pm. SOLD OUT Meeting point: Side Door, Library Street The Belfast Telegraph was founded in 1870 by brothers William ...
The historic graving docks on Queen's ...