Clohamon Bridge is a rustic stone bridge in Clohamon, County Wexford, Ireland.
The rural crossing may be an ideal filming location for scenes on an idylic bridge or for village scenes that simply need an interesting background. The five arc humpback bridge is made of rough rubble stone and cut granite details. The structure is on a especially peaceful and beautiful section of the River Slaney, and together the bridge and the river make quite an attractive rural visual. The crossing is located at the heart of Clohamon, and it may visually elevate scenes shot in the village.
The location was built sometime before 1839, and was repaired in 1917. The bridge is very similar to Scarawalsh Bridge and both structures may have been designed by the same architects.
Dimensions: ~90m long.
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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly
Clohamon Bridge, Clohamon, Co. Wexford, Ireland