Ballycarney Bridge is an 18th century bridge on the River Slaney near Ballycarney, County Wexford.
The bridge may make a good filming location for scenes set in rural locations or ones set in small villages. It may be especially useful for period scenes. It is easy to frame Ballycarney Church and the bridge together, which makes an excellent period visual.
The bridge itself is pretty and eye-catching and the Slaney’s banks are particularly wild and green where the bridge crosses it. The lands around the bridge are mostly farmland and show little signs of the modern world.
The bridge was built in the 1780s.
Near Ballycarney Church.
Dimensions: 70m long, 5m wide.
Nearest town: Enniscorthy, 10km away.Contact Us
Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
R745, Ballycarney, Co. Wexford
Senior Roads Engineer, Wexford County Council