Browsing Gallery: Bond Bridge (Old)

Photos of the now demolished Bond Bridge in Maynooth, Co. Kidlare
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DC00767.jpg
ID: 2
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  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge
  • Embankment

North embankment west side This is the approach embankment up to the road bridge to the north of the canal. The stream on the left is the Joan Slade which drains into the Lyreen River and hence to the Rye River and the River Liffey. Maynooth College is behind the wall on the left.
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DC00770.jpg
ID: 3
Categories:
  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge

This is the east face of the bridge. There is a stone stile at the top of the path to the right.
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DC00768.jpg
ID: 4
Categories:
  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge

This is the approach road on the north of the canal leading up to the bridge.
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DC00771.jpg
ID: 5
Categories:
  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge

This is the east face of the bridge. The stone stile on the bridge can be seen in the top right of the photo.
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DC00772.jpg
ID: 7
Categories:
  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge
  • Name plaque

As is standard for all original canal bridges, each face of the bridge carries a plaque with the name of the bridge and year of construction.
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DC00769.jpg
ID: 1
Categories:
  • Canal
  • Royal Canal
  • Bridge

This is the east face of the bridge. The stone stile on the bridge can be seen in the top right of the photo. On the left, there is a private access road to the railway station located between the canal and the railway.
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