Boyne Viaduct, Drogheda

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The Boyne Viaduct (Irish: Tarbhealach na Bóinne), a 30-metre-high (98 ft) railway bridge, or viaduct, that crosses the River Boyne in Drogheda, carrying the main Dublin–Belfast railway line.

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  • Great to be out and experience the lovely walk along the Boyne river and to get in the feel of the vastness in a truly beautiful area!  more »
  • The bridge with 15 arches built in 1855 in only 2 years and is well worth taking in the view. There is a story that the builder used cotton wool as a foundation.  more »
  • An impressive piece of engineering. Great views of Drogheda from trains passing over the viaduct.
  • A great piece and a piece of history. Although you can just look at it and take some photos, I would still suggest to go by and enjoy the view.
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