"Ha?penny bridge" Ha'penny Bridge Tip by ZiOOlek

Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin: 59 reviews and 93 photos

Ha?penny bridge this bridge is one of the oldest bridges made in cast-iron structure and it was constructed in 1816. This bridge is the oldest bridge that crosses the river Liffey. The original name was Wellington Bridge but it soon became known as the Ha?penny bridge, since people had to pay half a penny to cross the bridge until the year of 1919.

Address: 15 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1
Directions: near Heuston Station and Phoenix Park
Website: http://www.bridgesofdublin.ie/bridges/hapenny-bridge

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  • Written Jan 27, 2007
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