NI Railways—Lisburn Station Details in Color.

Last week, using my Lumix LX7 I exposed these detailed views of the old Great Northern Railways (of Ireland) station at Lisburn, County Down.

I also made a few photos with a Nikon F3 with 24mm lens on Kodak Tri-X. I’ll need to process those and scan them before I can present those here.

Sunset over the station’s chimneys. Lumix LX7 photo.
Schedule alteration notice. Don’t be waiting for that last train!
Evidence of the old order.
Belfast-bound CAF railcar departing Lisburn.

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2 thoughts on “NI Railways—Lisburn Station Details in Color.”

    1. This what Americans might call ‘military time’ or ‘a 24 hour clock’.
      To avoid confusion with Am and Pm, the railways use a 24 hour clock beginning at midnight.
      So 0015 is what Americans might call 12:15am.
      Does that help?


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