Dargan (Taney) Bridge

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By boothy443 @ 2007-11-03 00:30:56
Completed in 2002 and fully opened in 2004, the cable-stayed bridge carries the LUAS (tram) Green Line and a pedestrian walkway across a busy road junction (Churchhtown Road Upper, Taney Rd, and Dundrum Rd/Bypass). The bridge is named for William Dargan, an Irish railway pioneer.
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