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Description : Originally opened in 1855, this is the terminal station on the "Ballymena, Ballymoney, Coleraine and Portrush Junction Railway" - nowadays this is just the Coleraine & Portrush Railway. Portrush is a seaside town is Northern Ireland. The clock tower is still there, but everything else has changed. Note: on the left is a tram hauling two open trucks of 'less well off people' - The tramway was the "Giant's Causeway, Portrush, and Bush Valley Railway and Tramway Company". The flag-pole [right of centre] is for naval signalling flags.
Date :c.1904
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88 - Standard Size
Publisher : Hartmann (logo only)
Publisher's Card No. : 2561
Un-used : Posted, but stamp removed - addressed to Read, The Larches, Banstead, Surrey
Condition : Corners with variable wear - a crease runs from the top right of the flag-pole, down towards the gable end of the building and fades out there

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