Northern Ireland is served by the Northern Ireland Railway. It has many stations across the country. Many of them are small. They are platforms where people exit with little or no amenities. Some, such as the one at Coleraine, is a self-service drop-off. Others are modern, up-to-date facilities. This is true of the Bangor Railway Station.
The Bangor Railway Station does not transmit goods. It ceased to do so in 1950. It has operated as a train station since 1865. It now is home to both the train and bus transportation system. It is a truly modern facility. The glass-fronted structure is designed with a roof reflective of the nature of the location – the seaside. The departure and arrival boards are now computerized. Trains leave here to all parts of Northern Ireland. If you wish to go further to Dublin, you have only to make one change in Belfast.
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