Vanished, demolished and disappeared Belfast

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A look at some of the buildings, streets and sites which have disappeared from the face of Belfast. The photographs were taken by several members. Click on the photograph to see a larger version and read its caption.
Many have gone for redevelopment or pending redevelopment, some went as a result of the bombing campaign and one was demolished after a fire.
The photographs appear in no particular order and refer to the Belfast City Council area only ie excluding places such as Dundonald, Carryduff and Glengormley.

First prepared 5 January 2012.

Updated 9 November 2015: new photograph:


Lockview Road, Queen’s University boathouse – substantially altered

J3371 : Queen's University boathouse, Stranmillis, Belfast (April 2015) by Albert Bridge


J3373 Gt Victoria Street, the Dublin Road and surrounding area
Maryville Street J3373 : Maryville Street, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge J3373 : Maryville Street, Belfast (4) by Albert Bridge
A street between Donegall Pass and Ormeau Avenue, built towards the end of the 19th century and cleared to make way for replacement houses.


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