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A film detailing the closedown of the Belfast - Derry railway line on 14 February 1965.
Film which details the decline in the railways and in particular the close-down of the route from Belfast to Derry via Dungannon, Omagh and Strabane in 1965. It features interviews with politicians, railway workers and the public. People identified are Billy Kerr - Foreman, Billy Ross - Stationmaster, Jock Milne, Paddy Donaghy - Signalman, Jimmy Swarrigg - Stationmaster at Dungannon, Albert Anderson - Unionist Mayor, Eddie MacAteer - Nationalist MP.
Principle Filming - Fred Cooper; Writer and Producer - David Dillon