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LANYON PLACE BELFAST THE AREA NEAR THE TRAIN STATION
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Belfast Lanyon Place (formerly Belfast Central) is a railway station serving the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Located on Bridge Street in the Laganside area of central Belfast, it is one of four stations in the city centre, the others being Great Victoria Street, City Hospital and Botanic. Lanyon Place is the northern terminus of the cross-border Enterprise service to Dublin Connolly. It is also served by Northern Ireland Railways, which operates routes to other locations in Northern Ireland, including Derry, Bangor, Portadown and Larne.
I should mention Belfast’s new transport hub will be officially named Belfast Grand Central Station. Belfast’s new transport hub will be officially named Belfast Grand Central Station. Work on the south Belfast station began in February and is expected to open by 2025. When completed, it will become the largest integrated transport hub on the island of Ireland.
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