Father Matthew Bridge

This Dublin bridge dates from the early years of the nineteenth century though it was built on the site of the first bridge over the Liffey. Its seen from Ushers Quay. In my earlier posting  -see 26th February-  I commented on the green water. Actually the bridges have green lighting under the arches. Perhaps they are there to please the little people. Many Dublin bridges have stencilled inscriptions on their footways saying ‘Troll Below’.


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