The Baltimore branch (1893): Rathmore sea embankment and underbridge

Rathmore sea embankment and abutments of former underbridge, near Baltimore. The embankment is deceptively large – it must be at least 30ft down to the low-tide water level. Adjacent to it are the abutments of a former underbridge on a public laneway down to the sea. Shown below is the embankment, the abutments, and the laneway. Here is the map link.

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