Lurgan is a town in County Armagh. It is near the southern shore of Lough Neagh and in the north-eastern corner of the county, and about 18 miles southwest of Belfast to which Lurgan is linked by the M1 motorway and the Dublin–Belfast railway line.
Lurgan is characteristic of many Plantation settlements, with its straight, wide planned streets and rows of cottages. It is the site of a number of historic listed buildings including Brownlow House and the former town hall. It was known as a major centre for the production of linen after the Industrial Revolution. (Read more)