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Mr Tumnus. These are the first stunning images of the Narnian characters which will soon be gracing the new CS Lewis Square in the heart of east Belfast. The seven sculptures, which will eventually become a key hub in the centre of the Connswater Community Greenway, are currently under construction at the Co Donegal studio of artist Maurice Harron, who was commissioned by Belfast City Council to build them.

Mr Tumnus. These are the first stunning images of the Narnian characters which will soon be gracing the new CS Lewis Square in the heart of east Belfast. The seven sculptures, which will eventually become a key hub in the centre of the Connswater Community Greenway, are currently under construction at the Co Donegal studio of artist Maurice Harron, who was commissioned by Belfast City Council to build them.

Turlough McShane with his old restored White Star Line lifeboat.It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat.Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats.

Turlough McShane with his old restored White Star Line lifeboat.It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat.Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats.

View from barn window in Cotswolds, England, UK

View from barn window in Cotswolds, England, UK

The original Titanic lifeboats in the water.It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat.Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats.

The original Titanic lifeboats in the water.It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat.Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats.

It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat. Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats. White Star lifeboat rescued from hedge - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

It's been lying in an English hedgerow for years – but the Belfast man who has restored this vessel believes it could be a long-lost White Star Line lifeboat. Only two vessels built in Belfast by Titanic owners White Star Line still remain – Titanic tender SS Nomadic and one of her lifeboats. White Star lifeboat rescued from hedge - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

The turfman sculpture bronze statue commemorating a character in a Seamus Heaney poem by Scottish artist David Annand. Bellaghy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Image Code: XT9-893971. Photographer: Joe Fox.

The turfman sculpture bronze statue commemorating a character in a Seamus Heaney poem by Scottish artist David Annand. Bellaghy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Image Code: XT9-893971. Photographer: Joe Fox.

Irish famine memorial (1) From: FlickR, please visit

Irish famine memorial (1) From: FlickR, please visit

These happy bookworms are enjoying the CS Lewis Tour in Writer's Square, Belfast, perhaps hoping for inspiration – after all, Lewis (who was born in Belfast) penned many a magical work, creating the world of Narnia, and introducing countless children to the joys of reading. Belfast reveres its beloved literary giant, with tours like this treating visitors to the landscapes that inspired him, the places he grew up, and even a visit to his beautiful tribute statue, suitably named 'The…

These happy bookworms are enjoying the CS Lewis Tour in Writer's Square, Belfast, perhaps hoping for inspiration – after all, Lewis (who was born in Belfast) penned many a magical work, creating the world of Narnia, and introducing countless children to the joys of reading. Belfast reveres its beloved literary giant, with tours like this treating visitors to the landscapes that inspired him, the places he grew up, and even a visit to his beautiful tribute statue, suitably named 'The…

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

Giants Causeway - Northern Ireland, England

Giants Causeway - Northern Ireland, England