Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1790 - 1800
Single-arch masonry canal bridge, built c.1797, spanning Grand Canal. Squared random rubble limestone walls with dressed string course, voussoirs and coping to parapet. Deck humped with ramped approaches.
Toberdaly Bridge is a fine hump back bridge, which crosses the Grand Canal. The well executed stonework seen in the string course, voussoirs and piers, elevates this bridge. Toberdaly Bridge makes a positive contribution to the canalscape and is an important part of the architectural heritage of the inland waterways. This section of the canal was opened in 1797.