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BALLYMENA and LARNE RAILWAY
Ballymena-Larne Boat Train Stock
|No 351||Composite||50'||Panelled||Bogie 5'||£19 00|
|No 352||Third (Ex BTK)||50'||Panelled||Bogie 5'||£19 00|
|No 353||Brake Composite||50'||Panelled||Bogie 5'||£19 00|
|No 350||Composite||50'||Panelled||Bogie 5'||£19 00|
The Ballymena and Larne Railway was a narrow gauge railway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The first part opened in July 1877 and regular passenger services began in August 1878, the first on the Irish narrow gauge. Passenger services ended in 1933 and the last part of the railway closed in 1950.
From east to west, the railway ran for 32 miles from Larne through Kilwaughter, Headwood, Ballyboley, Ballynashee, Collin, Moorfields, Kells and Harryville to Ballymena. A branch line operated from Ballyboley to Doagh via Ballynure and Ballyclare.