LISBURN TO BANBRIDGE GREENWAY
“Lagan Valley Greenway”
The Great Northern Railway took a turn south near the current Knockmore junction outside Lisburn, passing close to Maze at the start of a meandering 26km route through Hillsborough and Dromore’s spectacular viaduct and on to Banbridge.
|Timescale||2026 to 2040|
|Title||Great Northern Railway|
|Councils||Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council|
|Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council|
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EXPLORE THE HISTORIC ROUTE
GREENWAY PROJECTS WHICH INTERSECT
BANBRIDGE TO NEWCASTLE GREENWAY
A 35km route along the Great Northern Railway line between Banbridge, Castlewellan and the coastal town of Newcastle.
A short 10km route which linked the (former) Banbridge to Newcastle railway line with the (existing) Belfast to Dublin railway line.
Building on the popularity of the historic 15km Lagan Towpath route between Belfast and Lisburn, much-needed upgrades and extra capacity.
Following the route of the Lagan Canal out from Lisburn to Lough Neagh and down towards Lurgan to form a 29km greenway.
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 Lisburn to Banbridge Greenway, or if you want to submit a picture or video to this page, please get in contact.