Categories of Special Interest
In Use As
1800 - 1810
Single-arch masonry accommodation bridge, built c.1804, over the Grand Canal. Coursed dressed limestone to lower parapet wall with dressed string course and rubble wall parapet. Dressed limestone voussoirs and soffits of rubble. Hump back deck. Located at the west end of the 30th lock of the Canal. Lock gates to upstream and stone steps downstream.
Ballincloghan canal bridge forms part of an interesting group of related structures with the lock keeper's cottage and lock gates. It also forms part of a wider group of identical bridges along the canal. The use of different types of stone finishes adds textural variation to the bridges' appearance.