Bridges of Drogheda

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There are seven bridges in and around Drogheda, Republic of Ireland.

Boyne River Bridge[edit]

The Boyne River Bridge is Ireland's longest cable-stayed bridge, located 3.1 kilometres west of Drogheda.

Boyne Viaduct[edit]

The Boyne Viaduct is a railway bridge that crosses the River Boyne in Drogheda, carrying the main Dublin–Belfast railway line.

Bridge of Peace[edit]

The Bridge of Peace is the second-furthest-west bridge in Drogheda. It was built as a part of an inner by-pass of the town in the 1970s.

Dominic's Bridge[edit]

Dominic's bridge is one of the closest bridges to Drogheda's town center. It is now a pedestrian bridge, one of two in Drogheda, but was previously also used by motor-vehicles until its replacement by "The Bridge of Peace" in the 1970s.

(Hugh) De Lacy bridge[edit]

The De Lacy Bridge is one of two pedestrian bridges in Drogheda. It is part of Scotch Hall phase one. It was named by Katarzyna KoscieleckaUnrefrenced.

St. Mary's Bridge[edit]

St. Mary's Bridge is the main bridge to the centre of Drogheda. It was, for hundreds of years, the site of the only bridge at Drogheda. It is at the meeting of the two major south side roads the N51 and the Marsh Road. It was reconstructed in precast prestressed concrete by the Office of Public Works in 1983, replacing a masonry two-arch structure.

Haymarket Bridge[edit]

This bridge is also a major bridge in Drogheda. It is flanked by a McDonald's restaurant, Xtra-vision store and a health centre on the south side. On the north side: Haymarket car park and a block of apartments.