1980 - 2020

[Source: Paul Wright]

The north end of the Londonderry station platform under construction on 19 May 1979. Londonderry Waterside station can be seen to the right. The goods sidings were still busy at this time.
Copyright The Carlisle Kid and licensed under the Creative Commons Licence

A view of Londonderry station looking north on Monday 25 February 1980 the day after the station had opened. In the distance to the right the Londonderry Waterside station can be seen.
Photo by Edwin McMillan

Londonderry station looking south in 1991. The River Foyle and the double deck Craigavon Bridge can be seen to the right of the train.
Photo by John Law from his Flickr photostream

Looking north along platform 1 at Londonderry station on 8 September 2016. To the left is the River Foyle and in the distance the Peace Bridge can be seen. To the right an NIR CAF built DMU occupies the shorter platform 2.
Photo by Paul Wright

On 8 September 2016 NIR CAF built DMU number 3015 is seen at platform 2 of Londonderry station.
Photo by Paul Wright

A view looking south at the site of the Londonderry station building on 1 July 2020. Work was in progress creating a car park on the site where the station had once stood.
Photo from Jim McBride

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