Leighlinbridge

Leighlinbridge is a village in , with an ancient bridge over the River Barrow that's still in use. It stood astride the main Dublin-Waterford road until bypassed in the 1980s. In 2016 its population was 914.

Notable Places in the Area

Ruins
, also called Black Castle, is in the village of Leighlinbridge, , , on the . Photo: Sarah777, Public domain.

Railway station
Muine Bheag halt serves the town of in . is situated 4½ km south of Leighlinbridge. Photo: liam murphy, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

Muine Bheag, meaning "small thicket", is the official name of the town known in English as . Photo: VisionsofthePast, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Village
is a small village in , , 3.5 km west of Leighlinbridge. Photo: JohnArmagh, Public domain.

Locality
Royal Oak is a small village in , . is situated 4 km south of Leighlinbridge.

Leighlinbridge

Latitude
52.736° or 52° 44' 9.7" north
Longitude
-6.9766° or 6° 58' 35.9" west
Open Location Code
9C4MP2PF+C8
Population
828
Elevation
50 metres (164 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 52244748
Geo­Names ID
2962980
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Also Known As

  • Basque: Leighlinbridge
  • Bulgarian: Леигхлинбридге
  • Cebuano: Leighlinbridge
  • Dutch: Leighlinbridge
  • French: Leighlinbridge
  • Georgian: ლოხლინბრიჯი
  • German: Leighlinbridge
  • Irish: Leithghlinn an Droichid
  • Italian: Leighlinbridge
  • Japanese: ローホリンブリッジ
  • Latin: Lechlinia
  • Russian: Лохлинбридж
  • Slovenian: Leighlinbridge
  • Spanish: Leighlinbridge
  • Swedish: Leighlinbridge

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