Region: Northern Ireland

Date: Monday 20 November 2017 (rescheduled date)
Time: Tea and sandwiches from 5:30pm at the Hub - Meeting commences at 6.15pm
Venue: Queens University Belfast, David Keir Building, Room LG024 (main lecture theatre)
Speaker: Dr Philip Donald FICE
Register: To book your place please contact

This relatively short length of railway contains the longest railway tunnel in Ireland. It was also the trigger for a momentous change to railways worldwide. If you want to know why – come along and hear the story.

Attendance will count towards individual Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

For further information download the event flyer:

Newry to Armagh Railway Rescheduled Event

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