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Belfast Reflections, Paperback / softback Book

Belfast Reflections Paperback / softback

Part of the Reflections series

Paperback / softback


Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and has been a major port and industrial city since the nineteenth century.

Shipbuilding has long been an important industry in the city and the Titanic Quarter, named after its most famous ship, is one of the largest waterfront developments in Europe.

In the last two decades the city has become transformed, attracting large numbers of visitors to its cultural heritage.

Large areas of the city have been redeveloped but much of it would also be recognisable to previous generations. Belfast Reflections features an exciting collection of historic and modern pictures that are individually merged to reveal how the area has changed over the decades.

Each of the 180 pictures in this book combines a recent colour view of Belfast with the matching sepia archive scene.

Through the split-image effect, readers can see how streets, buildings and everyday life have transformed with the passing of time.

Local author Aidan Campbell presents this fascinating visual chronicle that ingeniously reflects past and present glimpses of Belfast. This book will be of interest to residents, visitors, local historians and all those with links to the area.


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