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Dargan Bridge

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Dargan Bridge, built in the 1990s, is a railway bridge in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This bridge spans the River Lagan and connects the railway lines to Larne and Derry to those east Bangor and south to Newry and the Republic. It runs mostly parallel to the Lagan Bridge carrying the M3 motorway across the Lagan. One of the first people to cross it was Mr John Johnston, the first Station Manager of Belfast Central Station and his grandson James Currie.
The name commemorates William Dargan, who was involved in bringing railways to many parts of Ireland.


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