1893 – Portrush Railway Station, Co. Antrim

Architect: Berkeley Deane Wise

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Constructed for the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, under the direction of its engineer and architect Berkeley Deane Wise, was completed in 1893. Three platforms were provided together with a train shed (demolished) and a station building in a “half-timbered” Mock Tudor style with a clock tower. Sadly no longer in use as a station building, facilities being provided by a more utilitarian building to the rear.

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