Friday, November 27, 2015

Weekend Reflections


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September 2015 - Dublin Ireland

The Ha’penny Bridge is the best known of Dublin’s bridges. It was built in 1816 and was the first iron bridge in Ireland. It is a single span structure with cast iron railings and decorative lamps. It was originally named the Liffey Bridge but is now called the Ha’penny because until 1919 it cost a half-penny to cross.


9 comments:

  1. This reflection is very impressive!

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  2. Good to see the lamps are still in situ.

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  3. super cool reflection of the bridge.....and I love the pink in the background

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  4. Great reflections. Marvellous looking bridge Have a wonderful weekend.

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  5. The bridge and its reflection form a wonderful pattern. Certainly better to pay a Ha'penny to cross the Liffey than have to swim. Yes, I have walked across it.

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