Queen's plaque to be reinstated at Bellarena train stop

It is hoped that the plaque will be returned to the station in a few weeks Image copyright Translink
Image caption It is hoped that the plaque will be returned to the station in a few weeks

A plaque unveiled by the Queen at a County Londonderry train stop will be reinstated in October, Translink have confirmed.

The plaque was taken down just 24 hours after it had been unveiled at Bellarena station during a royal visit in June.

The Department of Infrastructure said it was taken down due to "vandalism fears".

Translink said the plaque had been taken down but would be mounted in a more suitable location.

A Translink spokesperson confirmed the plaque would reinstated "in early October, following internal discussions to expedite the process".

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