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Ballydehob Viaduct
 
Cork, Bandon and South Coast Railway

Ballydehob Bay which opens into Roaringwater Bay.
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An extension line from Skibbereen from the main line that went from there to Bantry.

There are two plaques on a pillar of the viaduct stating:
a)
West Carbery Tramway and Light Railway
1886 - 1947
The first scheduled train crossed over this bridge on Tuesday 7th September 1886. The final train ran on Saturday 25th January 1947.

b)
THIS PLAQUE
COMMEMORATES THE 1OOth ANNIVERSARY
OF THE BUILDING OF
THE TWELVE ARCH BRIDGE. BALLYDEHOB
FOR THE SCHULL - SKIBBEREEN TRAMWAY AND LIGHT RAILWAY
UNVEILED BY
MR. VIVIAN O' CALLAGHAN
26th OCTOBER 1986
Photographer: J R Crellin

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