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
Orange Order symbols and slogans on the arch in Jervis Street, Portadown: “United we stand, divided we fall”, “Fear God, honour the king”, “The glorious memory – 1690” “For God and Ulster”. King Billy is shown between two panels of orange lilies.
The side wall, which specifically named JJ Gray and Rab Brown (see the previous (2005) version) is repainted in favour of a generic memorial: “This mural is in memory of our fallen comrades. We forget them not. Q[uis] S[eparabit]”.
Ulster Volunteers in the 36th (Ulster) Division go over the top at the Battle Of The Somme, 1916 – a partial recreation of JP Beadle’s “Battle of the Somme: Attack of the Ulster Division”, which hangs in Belfast City Hall (militaryprints.com). The base is a composite of orange lilies, thistles, and roses. Wellington Green, Larne.
“This mural is dedicated to the past, present & future members of Clifton St Orange Orders from Pride Of The West flute band & Lower Shankill community. REM 1690. Officially opened by Billy Lochrie.” King Billy is shown moving (unusually) from right to left, with orange lilies below.
This is the Orange arch next to the Pony Club in the Hammer (lower Shankill). The five boards, from left to right, show “Shankill Road Campsie Club”, the crown and bible with orange lilies, King Billy in 1690, the crown and cross of the “Royal Black Preceptory”, and the orange star between St Andrew’s Saltire and the Union Flag (see Ulster Scotland for a larger version). Ariel Street, Belfast.
The orange lily makes a rare appearance in a paramilitary mural. The hooded gunmen are from the UFF/UDA. Volunteer Stephen “Benson” Kingsberry is remembered in the panel towards the back of the house. He died from consuming tainted ecstasy (perhaps distributed by the UVF). He was included in the roll of honour in Lemberg Street. Kilburn Street, Belfast. Seen previously in 2005.