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Population159 (2001 Census)
Country Northern Ireland
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Post town LISBURN
Postcode district BT27
Dialling code 028
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54°31′20″N6°00′50″W / 54.522145°N 6.013952°W / 54.522145; -6.013952 Coordinates: 54°31′20″N6°00′50″W / 54.522145°N 6.013952°W / 54.522145; -6.013952

Tullynacross (from Irish : Tulaigh na Croise, meaning "hillock of the cross") [1] is a small village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, near Lambeg. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 159 people. It lies within the civil parish of Lambeg, the barony of Castlereagh Upper, and is situated within the Lagan Valley Regional Park and Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council. Disambiguation Tullynacross (Glangevlin), a townland in County Cavan.



A major Coca-Cola owned bottling plant is sited in Tullynacross. Ulster's very own water brand, Deep RiverRock, is bottled there. [2] The plant is adjacent to a lock on the Lagan Canal (also known as the Lagan Navigation), and dominates the edge of the towpath where it meets Tullynacross Road. The site was formerly occupied by Lambeg Bleach Works and both chose the location because of the deep underground aquifer supplying large amounts of clean fresh water. A bleach green was first established here between the river and canal in 1626. [3]

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  1. PlaceNamesNI - Tullynacross Archived 2011-07-17 at the Wayback Machine
  2. "Coca-Cola Products and Marketing". Coca-Cola HBC. Retrieved 13 December 2007.[ permanent dead link ]
  3. "Lagan Canal". Lagan Valley Regional Park. Archived from the original on 25 August 2007. Retrieved 11 December 2007.