BRIDGES IN CORK

BRIDGES IN CORK

When I first visited Cork i was totally confused as I had not realised that the river Lee splits into two separate channels and asa result I thought that I was going around in circles.
William Murphy

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North Channel - River Lee:


South Channel - River Lee:

  • Eamon de Valera Bridge (1984)
  • Clontarf Bridge
  • Parnell Bridge (1971)
  • Trinity Bridge (1977) - Pedestrian
  • Parliament Bridge (1806)
  • Nano Nagle Bridge (1985) - Pedestrian
  • South Gate Bridge (1713)
  • Clarke's Bridge (1776)
  • St Finbarre's Bridge (1999)
  • Donovan's Bridge (1902)
  • Gaol Bridge (1840)
  • O'Neill Crowley Bridge (originally George 1V Bridge - 1820)




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