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Welcome to Corcrain
Beautiful ancient woodland, on the edge of town

Spring wildflowers
In a secret location, near Portadown

Just Hatched
While we're on a nature theme, here's a little something from the hedgerow.

The Belfast to Dublin line
This is the last rail line. Portadown was once known as the "Hub of the North", due to its extensive rail links to all parts of Ireland

New Road
With the fortunes of the railway on the wane, many new roads have been established.

Gateway to Nature
Corcrain Community Woodland. The people's very own nature reserve, right in the heart of Corcrain (see link on links page). Everyone is welcome to come here and calm down after a busy day

Market Day
No longer in Market Street, but in William Street now at the weekend.

Market Street
On a busy afternoon in Spring, this is the main thoroughfare of Portadown, in the town centre.

Church Lane
Bikes for repair behind the Church near a very interesting little shop

Rain
Northern Ireland gets a lot of heavy rain, and has a very damp climate

Regatta
Looks like the rain affected the attendance at the Portadown Regatta. Better luck with the weather next year.

Bus Stop
Not many of these old bus stop signs left in Portadown. They have nearly all been updated.

Back Yard
Look at things differently. It can be very interesting.

Rooftops
Right in the centre of Portadown, even the rooftops have a story to tell.

Tavaghnagh
Steps at the old Industrial Estate

Derelict Market
The Old Farmer's Market on Tandragee Road. Due to be Erased from the landscape