Omagh bomb suspect Sean Hoey has been committed for trial for the murders of the 29 people killed in the 1998 Real IRA atrocity.
A court artist's drawing of Sean Gerard Hoey
Mr Hoey, 36, of Molly Road, Jonesborough, denies the charges and others connected to more Real IRA attacks including one in 2001.
Belfast magistrate Desmond Perry said the south Armagh man had a case to answer on 58 charges.
He dismissed three others. A date for the trial has not yet been set.
The charges which were dismissed were connected to an attack in west Belfast.
"The Crown invited me to look at the cumulative effect of the huge quantity of evidence that the defendant was the man who manufactured these 14 devices, the most devastating of which decimated the centre of Omagh and resulted in the tragic deaths of 29 innocent people," the magistrate said.
"I am satisfied there is a case to answer."
Mr Hoey stood expressionless in the dock and shook his head mouthing the word "no" when asked if he had anything to say.
His solicitor, Peter Corrigan, said he was very disappointed, as the evidence against Mr Hoey was that he "may or possibly" have constructed bombs.
"That is not enough to send a man to trial in one of the biggest cases in Irish or British history," he said.