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Derrinsallow Bridge, County Offaly
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Reg. No.14935002
Date1840 - 1860
Previous NameN/A
CountyCounty Offaly
Coordinates203275, 207921
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL TECHNICAL
Original Usebridge
In Use Asbridge
Triple-arch masonry road bridge, built c.1850, carrying a road over the Little Brosna River at the border of Counties Offaly and Tipperary. It is adjacent to a derelict mill and sluice gate. Segmental profile arch with dressed limestone voussoirs. Squared random rubble walls. V-shaped cutwaters. Dressed limestone string course.


Derrinsallow Bridge is associated with a derelict mill downstream. The well proprtioned, wide and shallow segmental arches are typical of mid nineteenth-century Grand Jury presentment bridges. It is similar to Oxmantown Bridge in Birr. Uniting counties Offaly and Tipperary, Derrinsallow Bridge is an important crossing point.
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