East Tyrone (Northern Ireland Parliament Constituency)

East Tyrone (Northern Ireland Parliament Constituency)

Coordinates: 54°38′46″N 6°44′42″W / 54.646°N 6.745°W / 54.646; -6.745

East Tyrone
Parliament of Northern Ireland
County constituency
East Tyrone shown within Northern Ireland
Created: 1929
Abolished: 1972
Election Method: First past the post
Northern Ireland 1921–72
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East Tyrone was a constituency of the Parliament of Northern Ireland.

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