Building the Lagan weir and cross-harbour bridges, Belfast :: Shared Description
A collection of photographs showing the building of the Lagan weir and the cross-harbour road and railway bridges in the early 1990’s. There are also some earlier shots of the pre-impounding River Lagan, of Donegall and Queen’s Quays, the Abercorn Basin and of the immediate area before demolition.
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- Queen's Quay redevelopment proposals, Belfast
- Ulsterbus "Goldline" coaches
- "The Boat", Belfast
- The Albert Clock, Belfast
- Donegall Quay, Belfast (landscaping - 2014)
- Lagan weir, Belfast - rescue exercise
- The Custom House, Belfast
- The Queen Elizabeth Bridge, Belfast
- "The Speaker" sculpture, Custom House Square, Belfast
- Trains of the RPSI
- Lampposts, Queen's Bridge, Belfast
- Station Street flyover, Belfast
- Princes Buildings, 102-108 Ann Street, Belfast
- Marlborough Street site, Belfast
- Zapcats, Belfast 2010
- Queen’s Quay railway station, Belfast and Central Services Depot
- Oxford Street/Ann Street development site, Belfast
- Laganside birds, Belfast
- Transport House, Belfast
- Bridge End Towers development site, Belfast
- The "Nambarrie" site, Belfast
- The frozen River Lagan, Belfast 2010
- The barge "Confiance", Belfast
- Ships, Queen's Quay and the Abercorn Basin, Belfast
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Created: Fri, 1 Apr 2011, Updated: Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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