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BRIDGE LOCATIONS IN IRELAND
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Batchelors Quay, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This quay is a classic example of the old heart of the City. Long disused commercially it is set in a tranquil & picturesque part of the City and boasts some fine restored Mill buildings. 
Daly’s Footbridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Daly's bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the River Lee. Known locally as the Shaky Bridge, it joins Sunday's Well road on the Northside, to Fitzgerald's Park on the South. 
Fermoy Riverside, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: n/a Email: n/a
Tel: +353 25 31666 Contact: Area Engineers Office
Fermoy is a small town situated in the centre of the lush Blackwater Valley. It is an extremely busy Market Town set around its famous stone bridge. 
Firhouse Weir - South Dublin County VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Just below the Balrothery Interchange over the M50 (the M50 Tallaght exit, Junction 10), the River Dodder flows over the impressive Firhouse weir. 
Fitzgerald Park, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney - Arts Officer
Situated beside the Mardyke Walk near UCC and the leafy old residences of Sunday’s Well, this is a beautiful & romantic old park running along probably the prettiest stretch of the River Lee in the City. 
Glanworth Castle, Dominican Friary & Bridge, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
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Tel: +353 21 4255100 Contact: Cork Tourist Information Office
For a village of its size, Glanworth preserves some remarkable monuments, the most impressive of which is the castle built by the Roches overlooking the River Funsheon. 
Kilcommer Bridge and Viaduct, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcoco.ie Email: corkcoconorth@oceanfree.net
Tel: +353 22 21964 Contact: Senior Engineer
This is a fine example of railway architecture set in beautiful rural countryside. Disused now, it stands alone in an idyllic rural setting surrounded by mature woodland and green fields. 
Lapps Quay, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Lapps Quay is a classic example of a disused and crumbling site which was completely renovated in the 1990’s and is now the showpiece of the Cork Docks area. 
Lough Key Forest Park, Roscommon VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.loughkey.ie Email: info@loughkey.ie
Tel: +353 71 9673122 (Activity Centre) / +353 71 9663922 (Lakeside Café) / +353 71 9662212 (Campsite Office) Contact: Louise Fitzpatrick
Lough Key has for many centuries drawn people to its spectacular views, abundant wildlife, historic buildings and evocative islands. 
M50 Bridge at Balrothery - South Dublin County VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.southdublin.ie Email: rdwyer@sdublincoco.ie
Tel: +35314149000 Contact: Rosaleen Dwyer Heritage Officer
Just below the Footbridge at Firhouse Weir, the Dodder River flows under the M50. The access path underneath the bridge links the public park at the weir to the next section of the Dodder Valley Park at Cherryfield in Firhouse. 
Nano Nagle Footbridge, Cork VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This bridge was named after Honoria “Nano” Nagle, who is one of the greatest women in Ireland. She put up schools for the poor children in Cork in 1752 and also made home for the orphanages. 
Parliament Bridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
This is one of the most attractive road bridges in Cork. Made out of Limestone and with a detailed parapet it is a classic example of a 19th Century bridge in the classical style. 
Parnell Bridge, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
An extremely busy road bridge, this is perhaps the most central of all Cork bridges. Located by the fabulous City Hall it connects the South Side to the City Centre Island. 
Union & Morrison’s Quays, Cork City VIEW FULL LISTING
Web: www.corkcity.ie Email: arts@corkcity.ie
Tel: +353 21 492 42 98 Contact: Liz Meaney – Arts Officer
Located on the South Channel of the River Lee which runs through the heart of the City, it is a fine example of the old style City docks that once were the beating heart of Cork. 
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The Full A-Z
Batchelors Quay, Cork City
Daly’s Footbridge, Cork City
Fermoy Riverside, Cork
Firhouse Weir - South Dublin County
Fitzgerald Park, Cork City
Glanworth Castle, Dominican Friary & Bridge, Cork
Glenariff Forest Park
Kilcommer Bridge and Viaduct, Cork
Lapps Quay, Cork
Lough Key Forest Park, Roscommon
M50 Bridge at Balrothery - South Dublin County
Nano Nagle Footbridge, Cork
Parliament Bridge, Cork City
Parnell Bridge, Cork City
Shannon Rowing Club est. 1866
Union & Morrison’s Quays, Cork City
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