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|Next crossing upstream||River Lagan||Next crossing downstream|
|Lagan Viaduct||Queen's Bridge||Queen Elizabeth II Bridge|
It was officially opened in 1849 by Queen Victoria replacing the Long Bridge. Many versions of the Long Bridge were destroyed during the eighteenth century and nineteenth century, and a more permanent structure had become necessary.
- "A tale of two bridges". BBC NI - Coast, Your Place and Mine. Retrieved 2009-11-29.
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