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Belfast and Dublin Railway

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1825 February 11th. Business in Parliament. [1]

In 1845 a new railway company, Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway (D&BJct), received royal assent for its Act to connect the Dublin and Drogheda Railway at Drogheda to the Ulster Railway at Portadown, thereby creating a rail link between Dublin and Belfast when the line was completed in 1852.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, Feb 14, 1825