Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Bridge | Co. Louth / Meath | Ireland


The Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Bridge is one of the longest and most modern spans in Ireland.  It provides a crossing to the Boyne River just west of the town of Drogheda on the line between Counties Louth and Meath in the northeastern corner of the Republic.  Seen in this drone video by ireland_from_air, the bridge has a length of just over 1.15k ft. or around 352 m.  Opened in 2003, it was Ireland's longest cable-stayed bridge for a half-dozen years until being surpassed by the River Suir Bridge.  

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