Boyne Viaduct

The Boyne Viaduct taken from Cord road on the north side of Drogheda.
Robert Conway

The Boyne Viaduct is a 30m high railway bridge that crosses the River Boyne in Drogheda, carrying the main Dublin – Belfast line. The viaduct was designed by the Irish civil engineer John Benjamin Macneill. Construction began on the bridge in 1851 and was completed in 1855. The viaduct contains 12 arches on the south side and a further 3 on the north.

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