Victoria Bridge Destination Guide
Explore Victoria Bridge in United Kingdom.
Victoria Bridge in the region of N Ireland with it's 318 inhabitants is a town in United Kingdom - some 378 mi (or 608 km) North-West of London, the country's capital city.
Current time in Victoria Bridge is now 11:39 PM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Europe / London" with an UTC offset of 0 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Swansea, Omagh, Mountjoy, Derry, Knockmoyle or Cork. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Strabane, Sion Mills, Newtownstewart, Mulvin, Magheracreggan and Victoria Bridge. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast
|Morning Temperature||14°C / 57 °F|
|Evening Temperature||12°C / 53 °F|
|Night Temperature||11°C / 53 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||3%|
|Air Pressure||1000.7 hPa|
|Wind Speed||with 9 km/h (5 mph) from North-East|
|Cloud Conditions||Overcast clouds, covering 92% of sky|
|General Conditions||Moderate rain|
Wednesday, 25th of October 2017Light rain, moderate breeze, overcast clouds.
Day: 12°C (53 °F)
Night: 9°C (49 °F)
Thursday, 26th of October 2017Sky is clear, calm, broken clouds.
Day: 12°C (53 °F)
Night: 10°C (49 °F)
Friday, 27th of October 2017Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Day: 12°C (54 °F)
Night: 8°C (46 °F)
Sion Mills- Masters of Irish Linen
This is a remarkable place to visit with a great story to tell. Nestling in the beautiful valley of the spectacular River Mourne on the western edge of the Sperrin Mountains, this historic linen villa...
This is sion's Mill built in the mid 1800 and employed members of my family. Sadly it closed in the late 90's. Whenever it opened the workers worked bare footed as the floor was constantly wet due to ...
Sea of Love by Cat Power
Sea of Love, by Cat Power. nobody reads descriptions so this should be safely unread. i reached a milestone tonight, a million views on this video. i write a confession, what happened. i started to ta...
Nationalist protest at British army marc...
Sinn Fein and community activists, along with Relatives for Justice, hold a peaceful and dignified protest against the British army march through Belfast city centre
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Interesting facts about this location
Glebe, County Tyrone
Glebe is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 672 people. It is in the Strabane District Council area. The soccer team of Glebe United FC competes in the Fermanagh and Western Division 1.
Located at 54.76, -7.46 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
Stewart Castle (also known as Newtownstewart Castle) is situated in Newtownstewart, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It was built in 1619 by Sir Robert Newcomen in an English manor house style. It suffered extensive damage during the Irish Rebellion of 1641 and its subsequent capture by Sir Phelim O' Neill, and in 1689 on King James' return from the Siege of Derry. King James ordered the Stewart Castle, and the town, to be burnt down. In the main street a piece of the castle wall still stands.
Newtownstewart is a village and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is overlooked by hills called Bessy Bell and Mary Gray and is at the confluence of the rivers Strule and Owenkillew. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 1,479 people. It lies within the Strabane District Council area.
Clady, County Tyrone
Clady is a small village and townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, about 4 miles from Strabane, on the River Finn and the border with County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 423 people. In 1842 the population was 176. It lies within the Strabane District Council area. The village has been pivotal in more recent times in giving profile to the district by acquiring fame in the All Ireland Top of the Town's variety entertainment competition.
Harry Avery's Castle
Harry Avery's Castle is situated half a mile south-west of Newtownstewart, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. On a hill, ruined Harry Avery's Castle, is a 14th century Gaelic stone castle - most unusual in Ulster. The castle consisted of a two-storey rectangular construction fronted by the massive D-shaped twin towers of the keep which remain. It was possibly built by Henry Aimbreidh O' Neil (Harry Avery O'Neill) (died 1392), and certainly named after him.
Located at 54.76, -7.46 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
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