Belfast harbour. Its history.

by Alfred Walter Stewart

Publisher: Printed by W. & G. Baird in Belfast (Royal Avenue)

Written in English
Published: Pages: 38 Downloads: 285
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Other titlesBelfast Evening Telegraph.
ContributionsW. & G. Baird (Belfast),
The Physical Object
Pagination38p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19568521M

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Book a car. Pick-up Date and Located in the suburbs of Belfast, Belfast City Airport is just a minute drive away from the heart of the Northern Irish capital. Take the A2 west into the city and you’ll be exploring the area’s maritime history and meeting the friendly Belfast locals before you know on: City Harbour Airport, Northern Ireland, BT3 9JH. Belfast is only one of two ports on the island of Ireland to handle a full range of cargoes, from freight vehicles to containers, dry, break and liquid bulk, as well as passenger services and cruise calls. Belfast Harbour handled 23 million tonnes of cargo during , similar to its throughput for

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This collage in East Belfast pays tribute to the RMS Titanic. Built in Belfast Harbour, it set sail in on its only voyage. The ‘Ship of Dreams’ made Belfast’s dock the major trading post that it is today, improving infrastructure and the workforce in the region now named Belfast’s Titanic : Niamh Mcgovern.

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