Belfast Docks in the Second World War

During the Second World War, Belfast Docks was a hive of activity with military and merchant shipping as well as the arrival of troops.

Belfast Docks

Belfast

Northern Ireland

Places of Interest

The following places will be of interest to anyone wishing to explore more of the area's Second World War heritage.

Map showing Northern Road, Belfast

Northern Road, Belfast

Belfast

Northern Road runs from Pollock Road to Duncrue Street in the heart of Belfast's Docks area where Luftwaffe bombs fell in the Spring of 1941.

Map showing Queen’s Road, Belfast

Queen’s Road, Belfast

Belfast

Queen's Road runs through what is now the Titanic Quarter in East Belfast. In 1941, Luftwaffe bombs rained down on the shipyard area in the Belfast Blitz.

References

Shipping Today and Yesterday

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