KNOCKMORE

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[Source: Les Fifoot & Paul Wright]

 

A view looking west at Knockmore station on 30 May 1975. The 'third line' platform can be seen to the right. The track for the third line between Knockmore Junction and Lisburn had been laid through knockmore station but it had not been brought into use at this time. A wooden bridge linked the new platform to the temporary timber structure that can be seen to the left.
Photo by Edwin McMillan

The currious arrangement that existed at Knockmore station for a short period up to 31 May 1975. The rear of the timber 'Down' line platform can be seen to the right and the new 'third line' platform is to the left. Linking them is a wooden bridge.
Photo by Edwin McMillan

Looking west towards Knockmore station on 29 May 1982. The Anrim branch platform can be seen in the distance by the Ballinderry Road bridge. Running along the 'third line' is the 08:00 Londonderry to Belfast Central service which on this occasion was hauled by NIR locomotive number 103 'Merlin'.
Copyright photo by Albert Bridge reproduced under Creative Commons Licence

A steam hauled special is seen after it had just passed though Knockmore station on 17 February 1991. At the head of the train is ex-DSER 2-6-0 locomotive number 461.
Copyright photo by The Carlisle Kid reproduced under Creative Commons Licence


Looking west at Knockmore station in the Autumn of 2010.


The Antrim platform of Knockmore station seen on 14 April 2013.
Copyright photo by Albert Bridge reproduced under Creative Commons Licence


Looking west at the Knockmore station Antrim platform in December 2013.

Looking north at the entrance to Knockmore station on 6 June 2017.
P
hoto by Paul Wright

The site of the Knockmore station Antrim branch platform seen on 6 June 2017.
P
hoto by Les Fifoot

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