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Green's Bridge, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Green's Bridge, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny Five-arch rubble limestone Classical-style road bridge over river, built 1766, with two-arch culvert to east. Renovated, 1835, with parapets added. Remodelled, 1969, with one parapet removed. Random rubble limestone walls with tooled limestone ash...
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Castlecomer Bridge, Castlecomer, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Castlecomer Bridge, Castlecomer, County Kilkenny Five-arch rubble limestone Classical-style road bridge over river, built 1763. Random rubble limestone walls with tooled limestone ashlar triangular cut-waters to piers having stringcourse over supporting cut-limestone coping, round-headed recessed ...
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Gore's Bridge, Goresbridge, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Gore's Bridge, Goresbridge, County Kilkenny Nine-arch rubble stone road bridge over river, built 1756. Random rubble stone walls on granite ashlar piers having triangular cut-waters to north-west, flight of ten cut-stone steps to west (leading to river bank), and cut-granite rounded coping to...
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Bennett's Bridge, Bennettsbridge, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Bennett's Bridge, Bennettsbridge, County Kilkenny Seven-arch rubble limestone road bridge over river, built 1763. Random rubble limestone walls with cut-stone triangular cut-waters to piers, and squared limestone coping to parapets. Series of seven round arches with limestone ashlar quoined vousso...
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Kells Bridge, Kells, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Kells Bridge, Kells, County Kilkenny Eight-arch rubble stone road bridge over river, c.1725. Widened, c.1775, comprising five-arch rubble stone parallel road bridge to south-east. Random rubble stone walls with cut-stone triangular cut-waters to piers, buttresses to north-west, and sq...
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Thomastown Bridge, Thomastown, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Thomastown Bridge, Thomastown, County Kilkenny Five-arch rubble limestone road bridge over river, built 1792, incorporating fabric of earlier bridge, post-1763. Repaired, 1947. Renovated, post-1973, with deck remodelled. Random rubble limestone walls with limestone ashlar triangular cut-waters...
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Graiguenamanagh Bridge, Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Graiguenamanagh Bridge, Graiguenamanagh, County Kilkenny Seven-arch rubble limestone Palladian-style road bridge over river, built 1764-7. Damaged, 1798. Repaired, post-1798. Random rubble limestone walls with cut-limestone triangular cut-waters to piers, ogee-headed recessed niches flanking central arc...
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Inistioge Bridge, Inistioge, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Inistioge Bridge, Inistioge, County Kilkenny Ten-arch rubble stone Classical-style road bridge over river, built 1763, on site of earlier bridge, c.1700. Random rubble stone walls with tooled granite ashlar triangular cut-waters to piers to south having paired Ionic pilasters over supporting c...
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Threecastles Bridge, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Threecastles Bridge, County Kilkenny Five-arch rubble limestone road bridge over river, dated 1790. Random rubble limestone walls with rubble limestone triangular cut-waters to piers, cut-limestone diamond recesses flanking central arch having cut-limestone surrounds, inscribed cut-lim...
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Dinin Bridge, County Kilkenny
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Thumbnail Picture: Dinin Bridge, County Kilkenny Three-arch road bridge over river, built 1792. Random cut-limestone walls with cut-limestone triangular cut-waters to piers, and cut-limestone coping to parapets. Series of three elliptical arches with cut-limestone voussoirs, and rendered soffits....
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