Jackie Coulter mural Belfast

                       

The Jackie Coulter mural is Located on Boundry way of the Shankill Road.

Jackie Coulter was born on the 22nd of May 1954. He was a father of 4 children and lived just off the Shankill Road. He was a member of the UDA (Ulster defence association) which was formed in 1972 also know as the Ulster freedom fighters. A loyalist Feud had broken out in the year 2000 and as a result of this Jackie was killed by the (UVF) Ulster Volunteer Force as he set in a car with his friend Bobby Mahood.

You will see this Mural, and many more,  on our Belfast Murals Taxi Tour.

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September 6, 2019
The Black Taxi tour my friends and I took whilst visiting Belfast on our  Roadtrip around Ireland  is definietly in the top 3 city tours i ve ever taken!  ?10 for an hour and a half for a group consisting of 4 people, bargain (I believe it costs ?15 each if there s less than 4 in your group)!  Some of the stories we were told on the tour were pretty gruesome and shocking, although slightly one sided.  That said, it was interesting to hear stories of what happened from someone other than the BBC who obviously took the side of the Bristish Army.   The tour revolved around the Falls Road, Shankill Road and Bombay Street areas.  We visited countless murals, drove past the Divis flats where the British army operated from on the roof.  We stood either side of the peaceline wall and went inside the memorial to the innocent on Bombay Street.
September 24, 2019
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