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Coleraine [1] (Cúil Raithin in Irish) is a town located in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

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Coleraine is one of the few towns in Northern Ireland which retains good rail connections. It is the rail junction on the Belfast / Derry line for the branch line to the seaside resort of Portrush. Those in a hurry will wish to use the rail service from Great Victoria Street in Belfast, stopping at Botanic which is in the University area, and Central, and which takes just under 80 minutes to arrive in the modernised rail station in the heart of the town. Those with more time on their hands should use the Ulsterbus summer only Goldliner service from Laganside Bus Station along the world-famous Antrim Coast through Larne, the Glens of Antrim, and the Causeway Coast. The journey takes three hours but is one of the most beautiful journeys in Ireland or the UK. The town is well served by dual carriageway from Belfast on the A26 and the journey of just under 60 miles may be made in an hour.

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Information on walks and local attractions is available from the Coleraine Tourist Information Centre (Railway Road, tel (028) 7034 4723, fax (028) 7035 1756).


A major campus of the The University of Ulster is located just outside the town. [2]





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