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There was also a tramway on the City side of the Foyle.
48 In that year, the west bank of the future city was transferred by the English Crown to The Honourable The Irish Society 48 and was combined with County Coleraine, part of County Antrim and a large portion of County Tyrone to form County Londonderry.
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Haass, director, Policy Planning Staff, Remarks to the US Irish Business Summit, Washington,.C.131 The tramway had only one line, was.5 miles (2.4 km) long, and ran along the City side of the Foyle parallel to the lphc's line on that side of the river.Even in October 2005, there was perceived bias against the comparatively impoverished North West of the province, with a major civil service job contract going to Belfast.85 Population growth in 2005/06 was driven by natural change, with net out-migration of approximately 100 people."Population Change and Social Inclusion Study: Derry/Londonderry" (PDF).In 2008 the Department for Regional Development announced plans to have the track re-laid between Derry and Coleraine by 2013, add a passing loop to increase traffic capacity and increase the number of trains by introducing two additional diesel multiple units.116 117 There is no direct motorway link with Dublin or Belfast."Londonderry Lumiere light show 'attracts 180,000.In Gallagher, Tom; O'Connell, James.Celtronic is a major annual electronic dance festival held at venues all around the city.Gaelic football In Gaelic football Derry GAA are the county team and play in the Gaelic Athletic Association 's National Football League, Ulster Senior Football Championship and All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.Archived from the original on 18 November 2008."Raytheon looks for new home".45 Another explanation put forward was that it depicted Cahir O'Doherty (Sir Charles O'Dogherty who was put to death after Derry was invested by the English army in 1608.Haass, Richard (6 September 2002).45 It is accepted that between the 6th century and the 11th century, Derry was known primarily as a monastic settlement.
138 The latter project brings a dual-carriageway link between Northern Ireland's two largest cities one step closer.
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128 In 1866 it extended from Pennyburn to its permanent terminus at Graving Dock.
128 The Belfast and Northern Counties Railway leased the line from 1861 and took it over in 1871.
The nearest official Met Office Weather Station for which climate data is available is Carmoney, 80 just west of City of Derry Airport and about 5 miles (8 km) north east of the city centre.