Scarawalsh Bridge is a well known landmark located between Enniscorthy and Ferns in co. Wexford. This 6 arch humpback road bridge spans the river Slaney and is located in the townland of Scarawalsh. It was constructed by the Oriel Brothers of Hampshire and is regarded as a particularly important example of late eighteenth-century civil engineering for it’s beauty and also by it’s traditional construction. Scarawalsh, pronounced locally as ‘Scarawelsh’, means Walsh’s shallow ford.

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