The Baltimore branch (1893): Culvert, bridge abutments and embankment in townlands of Oldcourt and Creagh

All quite close together, a brick-arch culvert, two bridge abutments (only one fully intact) and embankment in townlands of Oldcourt and Creagh, near Creagh station, on the 1893 line to Baltimore. Here is the map link.

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