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The Lagan Navigation, County Antrim (1763-1958)

The Lagan had long seemed an intelligent trade route for the merchants of East Ulster, just as the Liffey was for Dubliners. The river carved its way through the hills to within about 6 miles of Lough Neagh. With the canal boom in motion, there were inevitably calls to link the lough to the river […]