Borris viaduct County Carlow is a sixteen-arch limestone built former railway viaduct, c. 1860. Now closed. Designed by Irish civil engineer William Richard le Fanu (1816 – 1894), principal assistant to John Benjamin Macneill.
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Wonderful image Emma with information.
The viaduct is open as a public walkway and social space to everyone. There is a public car park at one entrance beside the Borris secondary school. Fabulous place to walk across now with seating for picnic and safety siding on it .
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