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Traad is located in Northern Ireland
Traad shown within Northern Ireland
Country Northern Ireland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
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Northern Ireland
County Londonderry
54°43′12″N 6°31′44″W / 54.72°N 6.529°W / 54.72; -6.529Coordinates: 54°43′12″N 6°31′44″W / 54.72°N 6.529°W / 54.72; -6.529

Traad , also known as Traad Point, is a small peninsula near Ballyronan in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Located at the north-west, of Lough Neagh, it has a large conservation area that is abundant with wildlife as well as a nine-hole golf club. It is situated within Mid-Ulster District.

The Ulster Freshwater Laboratory

It contains the now abandoned Ulster Freshwater Laboratory at its eastern-most extent, known as Traad Point. This laboratory was formerly the largest marine biology centre in the UK.

See also

External links

  • Brief information on the laboratory -
  • More info in the laboratory -
  • Info on the golf club-
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