Coleraine Railway Road Bombing Pin Badge

Coleraine Railway Road Bombing Pin Badge

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Coleraine Railway Road Bombing Pin Badge

On the 12th June 1973 the IRA detonated two car bombs in Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

The first bomb exploded at 3:00 pm on Railway Road, killing six people and injuring 33; several lost limbs and were left disabled for life. A second bomb exploded five minutes later at Hanover Place.

This badge has been produced in memory of the following:

Elizabeth Craigmile (76)

Robert Scott (72)

Dinah Campbell (72)

Francis Campbell (70)

Nan Davis (60)

Elizabeth Palmer (60)

"We Will Always Remember Them"

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