Lispole viaduct, county Kerry (1891)

A view of the part-stone, part-iron viaduct at Lispole in county Kerry, over the river Owenalondrig river. Built c. 1891 as part of the Tralee-Dingle light railway, closed in phases in the 1940s and early 1950s. Behind is Croaghskearda mountain (2,001ft). Here is the map link.



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