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Teideal: South Dublin Village Walks - Templeogue Step 6: Templeogue Bridge
Údair: South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies
Photography: Rocshot.com/Rob O'Connor.
Eochairfhocail: South Dublin Village Walks
Templeogue Bridge
Austin Clarke Bridge
Dáta Eisithe: 27-Meá-2013
Cur Síos: South Dublin Village Walks - Templeogue Step 6:Templeogue Bridge was first erected around 1800 under the direction of Mr. Birmingham of Delaford, details of which were recorded on an oval stone tablet set into the parapet. This had latterly become so weathered as to be undecipherable. The bridge was an attractive three-arched structure and below, the river passed over a series of steps which were constructed to prevent the foundations of the piers from being washed away. Before the bridge was built, travellers wishing to cross the Dodder River, which flows beneath, were forced to use a ford half a mile further up river. On the Butterfield side of the bridge was Bridge House. Sheltered by a plantation, this was the home of the poet, Austin Clarke. After his death in 1974, there was a proposal to preserve the house and the library of 6,500 books as a memorial to him. Unfortunately, long term plans were in operation to demolish the house and widen the road. As a result, both the bridge and Bridge House were cleared away and a new bridge opened in 1984, which was named after Austin Clarke.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10599/10783
Copyright: South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies
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