Tintern Bridge, Saltmills

Tintern Bridge, Saltmills


Tintern Bridge, Saltmills


Tintern Bridge, Saltmills is a long humped-back bridge in south County Wexford, Ireland.

The bridge is unusually long for a single arched hump-back bridge. It crosses the Tintern stream just outside of the small village of Saltmills. A mudflat forms around the crossing.

The structure was built in 1817. The majority of its length is made of roughcast, with roughcast piers, but it also features silver grey cut granite and well dressed parapets.

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Parking: A waterfront car park just beside the bridge fits ~10 cars.

Located in Saltmills.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


Tintern Bridge, Saltmills, Co. Wexford, Ireland


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