Andrew McCann has a clear idea of what the name of the city up there at the end of the railway line is called. One of the comments on that thread caught my eye, from a particularly “shared future” perspective.
“Londonderry”, even if only used in formal correspondence, does demonstrate a mix of Gaelic and British cultures and some shared and rather interesting history. It is sad that some people can’t respect that and instead push for intolerant a mono-cultural dominance.
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