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Annesley Bridge crosses the River Tolka in Fairview, Dublin, Ireland. The bridge was built in 1797.[1] It is named after Richard Annesley, 6th Earl of Anglesey, the bridge was demolished and rebuilt in 1926.[2] The East Wall Road, North Strand Road and Poplar Row meet at the west end of the bridge with Annesley Bridge Road at the east end, making it an important junction in the north inner city.[2]

Annesley Bridge
Droichead Annesley
Tolka River below Annesley Bridge, Dublin.jpg
View of the River Tolka from Annesley Bridge
Coordinates 53°21′39″N 6°14′27″W / 53.3609°N 6.24090°W / 53.3609; -6.24090Coordinates: 53°21′39″N 6°14′27″W / 53.3609°N 6.24090°W / 53.3609; -6.24090
Crosses River Tolka
Locale Dublin
Named for Richard Annesley, 6th Earl of Anglesey
Opened 1797 (1797)
Rebuilt 1926; 92 years ago (1926)


  1. ^ Parsons, Michael (7 March 2015). "Spring begins at Adam's". Fine Art and Antiques. Irish Times. Retrieved 1 December 2017. 
  2. ^ a b Comerford, Patrick (December 2015). "Crossing a bridge that recalls stories of bigamy, kidnap, slavery and murder". Patrick Comerford. Retrieved 1 December 2017. 

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