Salmon Weir Bridge
Galway, Ireland
I hope that with this picture I was able to do some justice to this wonderful location... Built in 1818, the Salmon Weir Bridge is the oldest surviving bridge over the River Corrib. The original purpose of the structure was to link the county courthouse with the county gaol on Nun’s Island, the latter having stood where Galway Cathedral now stands. It was also to provide a connection with the main road to Connemara.