Annakeera Crossing was a level crossing near Annaghmore in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. By 1938 it was also a railway request halt.

Annakeera Crossing
General information
LocationAnnaghmore, County Armagh
Northern Ireland
Coordinates54°26′11″N 6°29′05″W / 54.436428°N 6.484651°W / 54.436428; -6.484651
Elevation110 ft
Original companyPortadown, Dungannon and Omagh Junction Railway
Post-groupingGreat Northern Railway
Key dates
1858line opened
1899–1902Track doubled
by June 1938Request halt
1959Track singled
13 June 1960Halt closed
Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Portadown   Ulster Transport Authority
Portadown — Omagh line



The Great Northern Railway opened the halt on its Portadown — Omagh line. The Ulster Transport Authority took over the GNR's remaining lines in Northern Ireland in 1958 and closed the halt in 1960.


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