With Belfast, the Capital City of Northern Ireland, only thirty-four miles away and with a growing population of just under 28,000 the City of Newry is conveniently located in the Counties of Armagh and Down, on the banks of the River Clanrye. Originally founded around a Cistercian Abbey in 1157, Newry grew rapidly as a traditional market town until in 2002, when it was granted the status of a City as part of the Golden Jubilee, being celebrated by Queen Elizabeth 11. Designed and Built in 1829 by the renowned architect, Thomas Duff, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is reputed to have cost more than £8,000 and was constructed using local granite. These days it’s the reputable, experienced, Web Designers Newry who are the ones renowned for their innovative, colourful and interesting Web Designs, who are making the headlines.
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Just north of Newry is the impressive Craigmore Viaduct, located on the Railway of Northern Ireland. This fascinating structure was designed by Sir John MacNeil and was officially opened In 1852, the eighteen separate arches are all approximately 126 feet tall and span one-quarter of a mile.