Shankill Road Political Tour
Apart from the civil war in Yugoslavia the troubles in Northern Ireland 1969/1998 were the bloodiest conflict in Europe since the second World War, resulting in over 3500 deaths.
The Shankill Road at this time was the border between North and West Belfast and became known as the killing fields. Almost 1200 people from the area lost their lives due to the troubles. The vast majority of the victims were innocent men, women and children.
The Shankill Road Political Tour will tell the true story of the bombings and shootings that claimed many of these lives. Told by local guides who have a passion and the knowledge of the area and who lived through this terrible time in our troubled past.