The Orange arch in Market Square, Dromore, features King William III on one side (“Honour all men, love the brotherhood, fear God, honour the king”) and Queen Elizabeth II on the other (“God save the queen”).
Six panels on the Neilsbrook Loyalist arch: Randalstown Sons Of Ulster flute band, Siege Of Derry, Drumcree “United we stand”, 36th (Ulster) Division, William Of Orange, Sir Edward Carson. For more images from the estate see Loyalist Randalstown.
“This plaque was presented by the officers and members of Randalstown Sons Of Ulster flute band on Saturday 17th April 1999 in memory of all the Loyalist people of Ulster who have suffered at the hands of the enemies of our land.”
Blackthorn Way (at Brackenburn), Neilsbrook Park, Neilsbrook Road, Randalstown
Four paintings of the Siege Of Derry (possibly by Bobby Jackson?) in the ABOD Memorial Hall/Siege Museum in Society Street, Londonderry. The paintings previously hung outdoors in the Fountain – see The Williamite Campaign.
The RUC’s John Olphert was killed by “terrorists” (presumed to be the IRA) at his shop in Nelson Drive in 1983. “Erected by the Murray Club of the Apprentice Boys Of Derry”
“In memory of Brigadier John McMichael, murdered by the enemies of Ulster 22nd December 1987. Lest we forget. Quis separabit.” The quadrants of the Ulster Banner include the emblems of the UDA, UFF, LPA, and UDF. For McMichael’s death South Belfast UDA A Batt.
“In proud memory of Ray Smallwoods (murdered by the enemies of Ulster 11th July 1994). … Erected by officers and volunteers of Old Warren A Coy.” Smallwoods was killed by the IRA in the garden of his home in Donard Drive, Lisburn (WP).
The King Billy board is just out of shot to the left of the wide view.
Here are shots of both sides of the arch in Newry Street, Banbridge. In addition to the usual Orange symbols and King Billy, the arch lists both Royal Black chapters and local Orange lodges, and on each pillar is the symbol of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland (GOLI)