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On the industrial uses of the Upper Bann rivet.

John Smyth

On the industrial uses of the Upper Bann rivet.

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Published by Taylor & Francis in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From British Association report, 1874.

ContributionsBritish Association, Belfast, 1874.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19271921M


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The upper Bann rises in the Mourne Mountains and flows northwest to Lough (lake) Neagh. The lower Bann flows northward through Lough Beg and carries the waters of Lough Neagh to the sea below Coleraine.

The total length is 80 miles ( km). The River Bann (from Irish: An Bhanna, meaning "the goddess"; Ulster-Scots: Bann Wattèr) is the longest river in Northern Ireland, its length, Upper and Lower Bann combined, being km (80 mi).

However, the total length of the River Bann, including its path through the 30 km (19 mi) long Lough Neagh is km (99 mi). Another length of the River Bann given is 90 mi.

The river. River, Northern Ireland. The Upper Bann flows northwest 25 mi (40 km) into Lough Neagh, while the Lower Bann flows north out of the lake 33 mi (53 km) into the Atlantic Ocean. * * * river, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom Irish An Bhanna.

By the late nineteenth century, Belfast had developed into one of the great industrial cities in the Empire. Much of this new-found wealth was based on the manufacture of linen, principally in both the Lagan Valley and the Bann Valley. In the first place, the bleachgreens all lay along the lines of rivers: on the lower course of the Lagan, especially between Lisburn and Belfast; on the upper Bann, in the neighbourhood of Banbridge, Moyallon, and Lurgan; on the lower Bann, about Coleraine; and on the River Roe at Limavady.

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Bannfoot Bridge. Bannfoot is a small village situated by the point where the Upper Bann meets Lough. On the River Bann inthe Smyths of Milltown were paying £/6s/4d, the height of fall being 13ft and 10ins. Eventually, with the introduction of the railways in the middle of the 19th Century the use of water-power was greatly reduced and was replaced by coal-fired steam engines, although water was still used for bleaching and dyeing.

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The River Bann (Irish: an Bhanna, from ban-dea, meaning "goddess"; Ulster-Scots: Bann Wattèr) is the longest river in Northern Ireland, its length, Upper and Lower Bann combined, being km (80 mi).

However, the total length of the River Bann, including its path through the 30 km (19 mi) long Lough Neagh is km (99 mi). Another length of the River Bann given is 90 mi.

The river. Most of the town is built on the western side of the River Bann, and owes much of its prosperity to the river.

It was the construction of the Newry Canal (linking Carlingford Lough with Lough Neagh) incoupled with the growth of the railway in the 19th century, which put Portadown at the hub of transport : County Armagh.

Six major rivers flow into the Lough and one flows out (the River Bann) and they collectively drain more than 1/3 of Northern Ireland’s water. Lough Neagh is an important source of water for Belfast. Rivers Inflowing: Blackwater, Ballinderry, Moyola, Six Mile Water, Main and Upper Bann are major tributaries, Glenavy and Crumlin are minor.

Groundbait works well when the river is coloured. Contact: Dave and Sarah Smith, Smith’s Tackle, Ballymoney, County Down, tel UPPER RIVER BANN, PORTADOWN Portadown used to be a name synonymous with massive roach hauls during the early ’s, but thankfully, after too many years in the doldrums, it is experiencing a revival.

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Bann, longest river of Northern Ireland, rising as the Upper Bann in the Mourne Mts. and flowing 40 mi (64 km) NW to the southern end of Lough Neagh. It leaves the lake at its north shore as the Lower Bann and flows 40 mi (64 km) north past Coleraine to the Atlantic Ocean.

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Its main inflows are the Upper River Bann and River Blackwater, and its main outflow is the Lower River Bann. Its name on: Oxford Island National Nature Reserve, Craigavon BT66 6NJ, UK. This is a list of main rivers in includes rivers that flow through the Republic of Ireland and Northern that flow through Northern Ireland are marked with an asterisk (*).

The River Bann is the longest river in Northern Ireland, its length, Upper and Lower Bann combined, being km (80 mi). However, the total length of the River Bann, including its path through the 30 km (19 mi) long Lough Neagh is km (99 mi).

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It is the largest lake by area in the British Isles, with a surface area of km2. It supplies 40% of Northern Ireland's water. Its main inflows are the Upper River Bann and River Blackwater, and its main outflow is the Lower River Bann.

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