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Victorian Railway Viaduct

Victorian Railway Viaduct Review

Among the town's landmarks is its long railway viaduct, which towers over the river. Built around 1850 as part of the railway line from Dublin to Belfast, it's still in use and is a splendid example of Victorian engineering. Its height above the river makes the viaduct Drogheda's most prominent landmark.

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  • Address: Drogheda, Co. Louth
  • Location: Drogheda
Updated: 02-13-2013

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