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One of the ladies in the visitor center related that the sides of the bridge were much higher in the past. this allowed for wheelbarrows full of ore to be taken up and over for transport. Now the one side is easily accessible and the...More
Apparently this bridge is of dubious historical significance, but it is still freaking cool. We rented a house on Bridge Street and could see it from our terrace/garden. But we walked up to it and climbed it (on fingers and toes -- it's that steep)....More
We actually saw it every time we sat on the sundeck overlooking the Finnehy River. Great photo op but of questionable historic significance. If you're on the walking tour or out for a stroll, check it out. It's only 2 minutes from the Triangle and...More