Slaney River Scarawalsh Bridge


Slaney River Scarawalsh Bridge

Six-arch hump back road bridge over river, under construction 1790. Bypassed, 1976. Now disused. Part overgrown coursed rubble stone walls centred on triangular cutwaters to piers on granite or limestone ashlar bases having overgrown pyramidal capping with rubble stone diagonal soldier course coping to parapets. Series of six segmental arches with lichen-spotted cut-limestone voussoirs. Sited spanning River Slaney with unkempt banks to river.

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Scarawalsh Bridge, Scarawalsh, Co. Wexford

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