The Clonakilty branch: road and river bridges at Pedlar’s Cross

Road overbridge in the townland of Ahalisky, near Pedlar’s Cross on the main N71 road between Gaggan and Ballinascarty

The view from this bridge in 1961, looking south towards Ballinascarty

Next to the road overbridge, a culvert bringing the Reanagar river under the local public road. The top of its arch is at about the same level as the former railway track

Reanagar river bridge no. 4, just south of the road overbridge. This abutment is visible in both 1961 photos

The view today looking south from the road overbridge

The same view in 1961, clearly showing the Reanagar river bridge (the culvert is just out of view to the right, with the river first flowing through it and then from right to left in this photo)

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