Dundonald Railway Station, Then and Now…
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From 1850 to 1950 the Belfast and
County Down Railway had a station at Dundonald, County
Down, Northern Ireland.
Today few traces remain of what was once a busy station. Dundonald has now been enveloped by Greater
Belfast and road traffic is worse than ever.
Take a step back in time to
when Dundonald was a rural village and the station was in its heyday and a
traveller could get to Belfast in
comfort in only 15 minutes by train.
update 31st October 2012
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