Belfast–Bangor railway line
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NI Railways Class 3000 approaching Seahill.
|Termini||Belfast Great Victoria Street
|Rolling stock||Class 3000 "C3K"
Class 4000 "C4K"
|No. of tracks||Two|
|Track gauge||1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in) Irish gauge|
|Operating speed||70 mph (110 km/h)|
|Route number||NIR Service 1|
The Belfast to Bangor line (known simply as the Bangor line by NI Railways) is a railway line in Northern Ireland, originally part of the Belfast & County Down Railway. All services are operated by NI Railways, the only operator for Northern Ireland (NI). Unlike the rest of the United Kingdom, no railway in NI is part of the National Rail network and none is owned by Network Rail. Services run every half hour, with extra services at peak times.
Nearly all NIR services on this line continue on through Great Victoria Street and terminate at Portadown or Newry, stopping at stations in between. Trains usually run between Portadown and Bangor.
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- NI Railways: Bangor line timetable Accessed 1 August 2010
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