CALEDON TO MAGUIRESBRIDGE GREENWAY
“Clogher Valley Greenway”
A route following the line of the former Clogher Valley Railway and the succession of roadside railway stations still standing along the way.
|Timescale||2026 to 2040|
|Title||Clogher Valley Railway|
|Councils||Fermanagh and Omagh District Council|
|Mid Ulster District Council|
June 2016: MUDC applies to Stage 1 of the DfI Small Grants Programme for Greenways competition
November 2016: MUDC secures DfI £8,000 grant funding for a feasibility study
August 2017: “Clogher Valley greenway” misses cut at DfI Small Grants Programme stage 3
Lost rails across the Clogher Valley brought back to life (Tyrone Times)
4mm and 7mm scale Clogher Valley Railway kits (Worsely Works NG)
Clogher Valley Railway (Wikipedia)
Exercise Explore Enjoy: A Strategic Plan for Greenways (Department for Infrastructure) PDF 2.8MB
Strategic Plan for Greenways Base Report (AECOM, Sustrans, DfI) PDF 15.7MB
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.
DUNGANNON TO BALLYGAWLEY GREENWAY
With a new dual carriageway bypassing the old A4 road from Belfast to Enniskillen, the remaining road could eventually host a 21km roadside greenway link.
ENNISKILLEN TO CLONES GREENWAY
A 35km route heading southeast out of Enniskillen along Upper Lough Erne passing Maguiresbridge and Linsaskea before turning into Clones.
A 74km route along the Ulster Canal – being restored in stages – through four counties and linking Lough Neagh with Upper Lough Erne.
Successful greenway projects are driven by the passion of local people. If you have an update to share, a story to tell about the history of the route or future of the Caledon to Maguiresbridge Greenway (Clogher Valley Greenway), or if you want to submit a picture or video to this page, please get in contact.