The Glen Park, Whiteabbey :: Shared Description

A park, owned by Newtownabbey Borough Council, based around the glen of the Three Mile Water, between Bleach Green Viaduct and the Glenville Road, (off the Shore Road at Whiteabbey). The area is now called “The Glen” though it seems originally to have been “Valentine’s Glen”. The Three Mile Water rises between Mossley and Doagh before flowing into Belfast Lough at Whiteabbey.
by Albert Bridge
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J3583 : Footbridge, Whiteabbey (2) by Albert Bridge
J3582 : National Cycle Network signs, Whiteabbey by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (8) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (5) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Footbridge, Whiteabbey (1) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : The Glen Park, Whiteabbey (2) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (7) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : The Three Mile Water, Whiteabbey (3) by Albert Bridge
J3582 : The Three Mile Water, Whiteabbey (4) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts (1) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (4) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (9) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : The Three Mile Water, Whiteabbey (2) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : Bleach Green viaducts, Whiteabbey (6) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : The Three Mile Water, Whiteabbey (4) by Albert Bridge
J3583 : The Glen Park, Whiteabbey (1) by Albert Bridge
J3582 : The Three Mile Water, Whiteabbey (1) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Wed, 1 Feb 2012, Updated: Wed, 1 Feb 2012

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