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Babes Bridge01

Babes Bridge01 - Landscapes
Babe’s bridge (otherwise called Rogues' or Robbers' Bridge) which was the only bridge to survive a great flood in 1330 that washed away all the Boyne bridges from Trim to Drogheda. It originally had eleven arches of which only one survives. Situated a couple of hundred yards downstream from Rowley's Lock on the Ramparts, Navan, it is the oldest bridge arch in Ireland. Photo: Andy Spearman.
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