Three-metre concrete wall erected in 1989 to protect residents on either side from sectarian attack is knocked down

Another of Belfast’s so-called peace walls separating Catholic and Protestant communities is being dismantled as part of a programme to eliminate barriers that divide the city into rival sectarian zones.

The three-metre-high wall cutting off Springfield Road from Springfield Avenue in west Belfast is being taken down on Wednesday after almost 30 years.

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