Botanic railway station
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Botanic railway station serves the Botanic area in south Belfast, Northern Ireland and students for Queen's University Belfast it is also near Shaftesbury Square which is along Botanic Avenue. It is named after the nearby Belfast Botanic Gardens. It is one of the four stations located in the city centre, the others being City Hospital, Great Victoria Street, and Central.
Work to improve access for disabled passengers is nearing completion through the provision of lifts to the platforms. This upgrade is part of a £17 million investment package which also includes better lighting, signage and seating. It is expected to be complete by late Spring 2008
Passengers can alight here for the Ulster Museum.
On Sundays, the Bangor, Portadown and Larne Line services all reduce to hourly operation. Derry Line services reduce to two-hourly operation.
The timetable allows 3 minutes for the trains to travel between Belfast Central and Botanic.
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