The King's Bridge, Belfast :: Shared Description

The King’s Bridge, across the River Lagan, connecting the Stranmillis and Annadale Embankments, opened in 1910 and is believed to be the first reinforced concrete road bridge in Ireland. It is subject to a weight restriction of 7.5 tonnes.
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13 images use this description:

J3471 : The King's Bridge, Belfast - April 2014(2) by Albert Bridge
J3471 : Lamppost maker's plate, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3471 : Lampposts, the King's Bridge, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3471 : The King's Bridge, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3471 : The King's Bridge, Belfast - April 2014(1) by Albert Bridge
J3471 : The "Cuan Spirit", River Lagan, Stranmillis, Belfast - January 2015(1) by Albert Bridge
J3471 : The "Cuan Spirit", King's Bridge, Belfast (August 2015) by Albert Bridge
J3371 : The "Cuan Spirit", River Lagan, Stranmillis, Belfast - January 2015(2) by Albert Bridge
J3471 : The King's Bridge, Belfast (2) by Albert Bridge
J3371 : Bench Mark, Belfast by Rossographer
J3371 : The King's Bridge, Belfast (3) by Albert Bridge
J3371 : Survey mark, King's Bridge, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J3471 : Bench Mark, Belfast by Rossographer


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Created: Tue, 11 May 2010, Updated: Sun, 21 Dec 2014

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