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Randalstown Viaduct Walkway & Cycle Path

The viaduct was constructed from random basalt in the late 18th century and has nine arches. The top of the Viaduct and part of the railway track have been converted into a walkway and cycle path leading from Station Road to New Street. This development provides spectacular views of Randalstown, the River Maine and the adjoining parkland of Shane’s Castle.

1.7 miles / 2.7 km