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6°20′42″W / 54.374°N 6.345°W / 54.374; -6.345Tullylish (from Irish: Tulaigh Lis, meaning "hillock of the fort") is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Dow...
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Tullylish
6°20′42″W / 54.374°N 6.345°W / 54.374; -6.345Tullylish (from Irish: Tulaigh Lis, meaning "hillock of the fort") is a small village, townland and civil parish in County Dow...
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Gilford
Gilford (Irish: Áth Mhic Giolla) is a village in County Down, Northern Ireland. The village sits on the River Bann between the towns of Banbridge, Tandragee and Portadown. It covers the townlands of L...
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The Oriel
The Oriel (also known as The Oriel of Gilford) is a former restaurant located in Gilford, County Down, Northern Ireland. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in 2004 and ...
Whitefield College of the Bible
6°19′44″W / 54.380°N 6.329°W / 54.380; -6.329Whitefield College of the Bible is an independent theological college in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. It is operated by the Free P...
Laurencetown railway station
Laurencetown railway station was on the Banbridge Junction Railway which ran from Scarva to Banbridge in Northern Ireland.
The station was opened on 23 March 1859. The station closed on 2 May 1955...
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Ballynagarrick
Ballynagarrick (from Irish Baile na gCarraig, meaning "townland of the rocks") is a townland situated outside Gilford, County Down, Northern Ireland. The literal translation of the name means...
Ballydugan
Ballydugan or Ballydougan (from Irish Baile Uí Dhúgáin, meaning "Ó Dúgáin's townland") is a townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies on the County Armagh–County Down border, betwe...
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Lisnagade
6°19′52″W / 54.333°N 6.331°W / 54.333; -6.331Lisnagade (from Irish Lios na gCéad, meaning "ringfort of the hundred") is a large multivallate earthen ringfort, three m...
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Lawrencetown, County Down
Lawrencetown or Laurencetown is a small village in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits on the River Bann, along the main road between the towns of Banbridge and Portadown. It is within the parish ...
Scarva
6°21′53″W / 54.3317°N 6.3646°W / 54.3317; -6.3646Scarva (from Irish: Scarbhach) is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is at the boundary wit...
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Scarva railway station
Scarva railway station serves Scarva in County Down, Northern Ireland. Despite serving the County Down village, the station itself is in County Armagh, the nearby Newry Canal being the boundary.
T...
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Goraghwood railway station
Goraghwood railway station a closed station in County Armagh in Northern Ireland; it was opened in 1854 and closed in 1965.Goraghwood was opened on 6 March 1854 on the Dublin and Belfast Junction Rail...
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Bleary
6°20′42″W / 54.423025°N 6.344948°W / 54.423025; -6.344948Bleary (likely from Irish: Bladhraigh) is a small village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is nea...
Lenaderg
6°17′31″W / 54.374°N 6.292°W / 54.374; -6.292Lenaderg is a small village and townland (of 335 acres) in County Down, Northern Ireland. It sits on the banks of the River Bann, ...
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Cusher River
Cusher River is a river in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is formed by the junction, near Mountnorris, of two small streams (the Creggan and the Blackwater), flows by Tandragee, and joins the Riv...
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Gibson's Hill
6°20′13″W / 54.430°N 6.337°W / 54.430; -6.337Gibson's Hill or Corcreeny (from Irish: Corr Chríonaigh, meaning "round hill of dry branches") is a small village in the townl...
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Lenaderg railway station
Lenaderg railway station was on the Banbridge Junction Railway which ran from Scarva to Banbridge in Northern Ireland.
The station was opened on 1 January 1904. It was closed to passengers from 1 ...
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New-Bridge Integrated College
New-Bridge Integrated College is an integrated secondary school founded in 1995 for children in Newry and Banbridge, hence the name New(ry)-(Ban)Bridge. New-Bridge was established in the rural village...
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Drumnacanvy
6°24′07″W / 54.411°N 6.402°W / 54.411; -6.402Drumnacanvy is a small dormitory settlement and townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It lies 3km east-southeast of Portado...
Upper Bann (UK Parliament constituency)
Upper Bann is a parliamentary constituency in the United Kingdom House of Commons. The current Member of Parliament for Upper Bann is David Simpson.
1983-1997: The District of Craigavon; and the D...
Loughbrickland
6°18′14″W / 54.316°N 6.304°W / 54.316; -6.304Loughbrickland (/lɒxˈbrɪklænᵈ/ lokh-BRIK-lan(d); from Irish: Loch Bricleann) is a small village in County Down, Northern Irela...
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Tandragee
6°24′55″W / 54.3543°N 6.4154°W / 54.3543; -6.4154Tandragee (from Irish: Tóin re Gaoith, meaning "backside to the wind") is a village on the Cusher River in County Armagh, ...
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Banbridge High School
6°16′37″W / 54.345°N 6.277°W / 54.345; -6.277Banbridge High School is a secondary school located in Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland. It is within the Southern Educati...
Central Armagh (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency)
6°25′01″W / 54.393°N 6.417°W / 54.393; -6.417Central Armagh was a constituency of the Parliament of Northern Ireland.
Central Armagh was a county constituency comprising t...
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Tandragee Castle
6°25′01″W / 54.354°N 6.417°W / 54.354; -6.417Tandragee Castle, Tandragee, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, was built in 1837 by The 6th Duke of Manchester as the family's Iris...
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Pollock Park
Pollock Park is a cricket ground in Lurgan, Northern Ireland. In 1999, the ground hosted a first-class match between Ireland and the touring South Africa Academy team, with the match ending in a draw....
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Waringstown
6°17′56″W / 54.4336°N 6.2990°W / 54.4336; -6.2990Waringstown is a village in County Down, Northern Ireland, to the south-east of Lurgan. It lies within the parish of Donaghclo...
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Banbridge Academy
6°16′16″W / 54.357°N 6.271°W / 54.357; -6.271Banbridge Academy is a grammar school in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, founded in 1786. As of 2014 the Principal is Robin McLoughli...
Brownlow Integrated College
6°21′50″W / 54.448°N 6.364°W / 54.448; -6.364Brownlow Integrated College, Tullygally Road, Craigavon, County Armagh, Northern Ireland was founded in 1973 as Brownlow High Scho...
Banbridge
6°16′12″W / 54.348953°N 6.269975°W / 54.348953; -6.269975Banbridge (/bænˈbrɪdʒ/ ban-BRIJ) is a town in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies on the River Bann and the A1 road...
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