17c. A 'bridge walk' by the River Liffey from Heuston Station to O'Connell Bridge
(noting the numerous bridges from west to east on the way!)
Phil and Molly's Dublin City and surrounding County area scenes and notes
The front of Heuston Station
The splendidly restored booking office of Heuston Station.
The main-line trains at Heuston Station to Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Galway and Killarney.
Sean Heuston Bridge 1828 over the River Liffey near Heuston Station
The name of Wolfe Tone Quay reminds us of one of the many figures involved in the struggle of Ireland to be an independent nation.
Frank Sherwin Bridge 1982
The National Museum housed in the Collins Barracks (built 1704).
Rory O'More Bridge 1863 (girders dated 1858)
James Joyce Bridge 2003
Liam Mellowes Bridge 1768
Fr Mathew Bridge 1818
The Four Courts building (1785) viewed from the south side of the River Liffey.
The Four Courts.
O'Donovan Rossa Bridge 1816 with the tower and spire of Christ Church Cathedral in the distance.
Grattan Bridge 1875
The Grattan Bridge.
Millennium Bridge (footbridge) 1999
The Millennium Bridge and the Ha'penny Bridge beyond it.
Liffey Ha'penny Bridge 1816
Over we go to Temple Bar!
The O'Connell Bridge 1880 and O'Connell Street itself goes north on the left of the bridge.
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