Second Scrabo railway bridge

The second of three bridges surviving from the Scrabo quarry railway, this one is readily accessible from the country park entrance on the Old Belfast Road. Take the first branch to the right from the trail and it is about 150 metres along the track.


Constructed of local sandstone, it appears to have lofted a small road which then turned to the north through 90 degrees and ran parallel with the main road, passing over the third bridge ( to be a future installment ).

Composite of three exposures with an EV + / - 0.7 bracketing.