NINE ARCHES BRIDGE IN MILLTOWN

18 JANUARY 2018

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NINE ARCHES BRIDGE

The Nine Arches Bridge is the informal name of a viaduct over the River Dodder in Milltown, Dublin. Luas Green Line crosses the bridge. There is no access for pedestrians.

The bridge was completed in 1854 for the Harcourt Street railway line. The line was closed on 31 December 1958 and the bridge was left derelict for over 40 years until construction began on Luas tram line. Handrails were fitted to the side of the bridge and overhead power lines were added for the trams. The bridge was first used in testing in February 2004 and officially reopened on 30 June 2004.


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