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Innevall Railway Walk

Innevall Railway Walk is a short circular walk through lowland countryside including bogland, and an old railway embankment. The Goll Bog moss is home to local wildlife including Snipe, Grey Heron, Mink, Otters, Bulrush and Reed Grasses.

The Great Northern Railway Line provides a scenic viewpoint to the surrounding landscape of farmland with neat hedgerows and woodlands.




1.2 miles

OS Map

Sheet 14

Nearest Town


Route Shape


Route Type

Parkland & Grassland


Gravel carpark good farm lanes

Grid Reference (Start)


Grid Reference (End)


Point of Interest


Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Other Area

Route Description

Leaving the car park exit left, through the gate and follow the farmland to Goll Bogs Moss. Follow the path past the moss over the second bridge and gate, bear left and follow path alongside a fence to the railway embankment.

Continue along the railway bed to Annie Sloan's Cottage, and rest point - seating area.

Return to Innervall car park via farm lane and short road section.

Getting to the Start (by Public Transport)

Translink - journeyplanner.translink.co.uk

Getting to the Start (by Car)

Walk starts at Innevall car park.

To get to the car park - situated off the B160 Stewartstown to Coagh Road - 1 mile from Stewartstown/ 5 miles from Coagh.

After approx 1 mile from Stewartstown turn left onto Annaghmore Rd signed to Grange 3.

Approximately 1.2 miles along this road after a bridge there is a small car park on the left.


Car park


Route card, Cookstown Visitor Guide, Sperrins Walking Guide

Publication Availability

Cookstown Tourist Information Centre 028 8676 7994

Walk Location
Map of Northern Ireland
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Ratings and Comments

noel mcCalmont 28 October, 2015 @ 13:13

A beautiful area ,but in need of some development from council to make it more appealing

Phil Lockett 10 January, 2014 @ 14:18

Walked this last week with my parents, 3 small children and a dog. Very wet underfoot but fine with wellys on. The problems with gates mentioned by previous posters seem to have been removed. We had no access problems. We will definitely do this enjoyable walk again when the ground has dried up.

Ronnie Irvine 26 June, 2013 @ 15:35

A lovely short walk-totally non-maintained by Cookstown Council-such a shame-nothing has changed since the last comment

martin 9 January, 2011 @ 19:13

This walk is about 15 mins from where I live yet I never knew about it untlil I saw it on here earlier today. It's a pleasant, traffic-free (well apart from a very short road section at the end) walk with some nice if not stunning views. One issue I would flag is that there is an access problem part way along the path. There is a set of two wooden gates which are locked and tied with wire meaning you can't open them. I was able to climb over one and through a fence with barbed wire next to the other. I had my dog with me, who was able to get under one of the gates and jump through the wire next to the other - which wasn't ideal. A little later on (beside the cottage referred to here) there was an old iron gate which was also locked. You could climb up and around the side of it but again this mightn't be ideal for some, especially older or less able people. This is a walk I would like to recommend to my mum for walking our dogs but these access issues are a problem. Just letting you know - perhaps the council/landowners can resolve this issue as it takes away from the walk and also makes you wonder are you even welcome there.

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