ARMAGH TO DUNDALK GREENWAY
A route south out of Armagh City follwoing the former Great Northern Railway line, crossing the spectacular Tassagh Viaduct into Keady, before continuing through the rolling County Armagh countryside into Monaghan and Louth, passing through Castleblayney before terminating in Dundalk.
|Timescale||2026 to 2040|
|Title||Great Northern Railway|
|Councils||Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council|
|Louth County Council|
|Monaghan County Council|
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EXPLORE THE HISTORIC ROUTE
GREENWAY PROJECTS WHICH INTERSECT
A 26km route from Armagh through Killylea, Tynan, Caledon and Glaslough on the way to Monaghan town.
A 33km intercity route from Armagh to Newry through Markethill and the mile-long Lissummon Tunnel.
A 15km route from Portadown along the former Great Northern Railway line, passing by Richhill, to Armagh City.
A 74km route along the Ulster Canal – being restored in stages – through four counties and linking Lough Neagh with Upper Lough Erne.
A 42km route linking the historic port of Newry with the working port at Greenore along Carlingford Lough shore all the way around to Dundalk.
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