BCDR

(redirected from Belfast and County Down Railway)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
BCDRBusiness Continuity Disaster Recovery
BCDRBusiness Continuity and Disaster Recovery
BCDRBenton County Daily Record (Arkansas)
BCDRBelfast and County Down Railway (Northern Ireland)
BCDRBilling Call Detail Record
BCDRBlack Cat in a Dark Room
BCDRBlood Capillary Density Ratio
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The station, part of the old Belfast and County Down Railway, was originally constructed in 1856 and operated for almost 100 years before closing its doors in 1950.
The hotel, another member of the Hastings group, was built by the Belfast and County Down Railway as an end-of-the-line, luxury destination.
Completed in 1898 as an "end of line" luxury destination for passengers of the Belfast and County Down Railway, The Slieve has always been the epitome of style.