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“This is one of the most attractive road bridges in Cork. Made out of Limestone and with a detailed parapet it is a classic example of a 19th Century bridge in the classical style. It also benefits from a very central location and has fine views both East to the impressive Fr. Matthew Church and RTE (an old Deco style Gas Works), and West over a weir towards Nano Nagle Footbridge.
It is a busy place though for both traffic and pedestrians as it forms a key link between the South side of the City and the City centre Island. Great for pieces to camera and establishing shots at quiet times.”

Address Parliament Bridge, George’s Quay to Fr. Matthew Quay, Cork City, Ireland
Region Cork City



Architectural / Bridges