In July 1922 the anti-Treaty IRA began a concerted campaign of bridge destruction in Co. Wexford, which continued sporadically until March 1923. Its main aim was to impede the Free State army's ability to move around the county, and to make the area generally ungovernable.
Ballycarney bridge, Co. Wexford. Built in circa 1780, this eight arch bridge spans the river Slaney about 5 km to the west of Ferns village
The old Scarawalsh bridge on the river Slaney was once the main crossing point for traffic between Enniscorthy and Gorey...
A repaired Ardcandrisk bridge, just outside Wexford town. It was just one of over 40 bridges which were blown up/destroyed during the Civil War in Wexford