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60th anniversary of the ‘big freeze’!

The Big Freeze of 1963
Remaining one of the coldest winters on record, 1962 saw a series of blizzards cover large parts of Northern Ireland. Low temperatures continued throughout January 1963. Lisburn was no exception with snowfall covering the City. This December marks 60 years since 'The Big Freeze’. So take a look through some of the images from our collections of the wintery Lisburn scenes.
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