Belfast & Northern Ireland

Lagan Canal

  Lagan Valley Regional Park     more than a year ago
This 42km waterway with 27 locks was built in the 18th century to link Belfast with Lough Neagh. Subsequent expansion of road and rail networks rendered the canal and its barges obsolete but today it provides walkers with a fantastic riverside path from Belfast to Lisburn. A section of the towpath is also part of the National Cycle Network.


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