Infrastructure

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Samuel Beckett bridge control room, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2+

No matter how you feel about Santiago Calatrava’s Samuel Beckett Bridge, the big white recumbent harp is likely to draw...

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Rory O’More Bridge (Watling Street to Ellis Street)+

A little overshadowed by its Calatrava neighbour, Rory O’More Bridge spans between Ellis Street to the north and Watling Street...

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Scherzer rolling lift bridges, North Wall Quay and Custom House Quay, Dublin 1+

If you have a certain sensibility, passing through the rolling lift bridges along North Wall Quay is as exciting as...

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Luas bridge (Charlemont station), Grand Canal, Dublin 2+

Crossing the Grand Canal between Charlemont Place and Grand Parade, the Luas bridge at Charlemont station is one of the...

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Diving bell, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2+

At the most recent City Intersections event on Smart Dublin, one of the three brilliant speakers was Mary Mulvihill of...

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Inhabited bridge, Cumberland Street South, Dublin 2+

Though Pearse Station occupies a big section through several blocks, most of it’s not immediately apparent from outside. It’s most...

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Spillway and outlet tower, Upper Reservoir, Bohernabreena Waterworks, Dublin 24+

The two reservoirs in the Glenasmole Valley were constructed in the 1880s for the Rathmines Commission. The upper reservoir feeds...

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Bridge, St. Enda’s Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14+

St. Enda’s Park in Rathfarnham is best known as the pastoral setting for St. Enda’s School, which was run by Padraig...

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