Dublin Alphabet – E for East Link Bridge

Not the prettiest of constructions but very important and very functional. This is the bridge closest to Dublin Port and the sea. Here, the Liffey leaves the city and makes it’s way to the Irish Sea. The bridge is a vertical lifting bridge, hinged at the southern end and raising the deck as and when required. The bridge links the North Wall to Ringsend and was opened to traffic in 1984.

East Link Lifting Bridge


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2 Responses to Dublin Alphabet – E for East Link Bridge

  1. de Wets Wild says:

    Lig die brug op n vasgestelde tyd, of is dit maar pot-luck wanneer jy daar opdaag of jy gaan kan ry of moet wag?


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