Bangor railway station (Northern Ireland)
Bangor combined railway and bus station was formally opened in 2001.
Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
|Owned by||NI Railways|
|Operated by||NI Railways|
|1865||Original station opened|
|2001||Current station opened|
The station buildings were erected in 1864-1865 to designs by the architect Charles Lanyon, however following World War 2, refurbishments made to the building by the Ulster Transport Authority damaged the original Lanyon-designed building, stripping it of much of its original brickwork. The company then rebuilt the building, before it was reconstructed again to a new design in 2000.
Mondays to Saturdays there is a half-hourly service towards Belfast Central, Belfast Great Victoria Street, Portadown or Newry. Extra services operate at peak times, and the service reduces to hourly operation in the evenings. Certain peak-time services from this station operate as expresses between Bangor West and Holywood or Belfast Central.
On Sundays there is an hourly service to Belfast and onward.
|Preceding station||Northern Ireland Railways||Following station|
|Bangor West||Northern Ireland Railways
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