ARMAGH TO MONAGHAN GREENWAY
A potential greenway route west from Armagh City through Killylea, with its crumbling station quietly waiting to be discovered, on through Tynan, turning south past Caledon and Glaslough on the way to Monaghan town.
|Timescale||2026 to 2040|
|Title||Great Northern Railway|
|Councils||Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council|
|Monaghan County Council|
June 2016: ABCBC applies to Stage 1 of the DfI Small Grants Programme for Greenways competition
September 2017: EU-Funded €4.95m Ulster Canal Greenway project is launched
EXPLORE THE HISTORIC ROUTE
GREENWAY PROJECTS WHICH INTERSECT
A 57km route through counties Armagh, Monaghan and Louth linking Armagh City with Keady, Castleblayney and Dundalk.
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 60km route following the line of the former Clogher Valley Railway and the succession of roadside railway stations still standing along the way.
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