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C4519 :: A515, Foyle Bridge

Taken 3 months ago by N Chadwick near Boom Hall, Northern Ireland

A515, Foyle Bridge by N Chadwick
A515, Foyle Bridge

Foyle Bridge
The Foyle Bridge is in Derry, Northern Ireland. The central cantilever span of the bridge is the second longest on the island of Ireland, at 234 metres, and the whole suspended bridge structure including the approach spans is 866 metres long. It crosses the River Foyle to the north of the city, and forms only the second of three bridges linking the city centre to the Waterside, the others being the Craigavon Bridge and the Peace Bridge walkway. Work on the bridge began in 1980 and it opened in October 1984. It carries the A515.
A515 (Northern Ireland)
The A515 is the North Derry bypass. It crosses the Foyle on the Foyle Bridge and, with the A514, forms the Derry Ring Road. 4 miles long.
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Subject Grid Square C4519
Subject Lat/Long 55.020005,-7.297231 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Boom Hall, Unknown, Northern Ireland
Photographer N Chadwick
Taken 20211021 202110 2021 (about 3 months ago)
Submitted 2022-01-13
Snippet A515 (Northern Ireland) · Foyle Bridge ·
Context Roads, Road transport ·

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