Cahirsiveen viaduct (1893)

Cahirsiveen, near the terminus of the Farranfore to Cahirsiveen and Valentia Island railway, opened 1893, closed 1960. Shown here the ‘Valencia River Viaduct’, as it was labelled in the 1900s Ordnance Survey maps. Also the wonderful constabulary barracks nearby, the source of many (entirely) apocryphal stories of a mix-up between Ireland and India.

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