By the Second World War, Keady Railway Station in Co. Armagh was used for transporting goods only, making it ideal for British and American military purposes.
On 6th August 1941, British troops unloaded and rationed out supplies froma railhead at Keady Railway Station, Co. Armagh as part of a large-scale mock battle.
6th August 1941
In August 1941, British Troops in Northern Ireland conducted a large-scale military mock battle spread across Ulster and involving the Home Guard as guerrillas.
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