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Hilden Bridge

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Hilden Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
Hilden Bridge near Lisburn - Geograph - 1301023.jpg
The road deck of the bridge in 2009
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From:  Hilden
To:  Tullynacross
Down • Antrim
Highway Authority
DfI Roads
Opening Date
late C19th
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge

Hilden Bridge (also known as Barbour's Bridge after the Barbour's factory that sits to the south) carries Hilden Road across the River Lagan at Hilden between Belfast and Lisburn. It is a stone and concrete twin-arch bridge, of late 19th century in origin. The road deck carries a single traffic lane.

The buildings database states that the bridge was likely widened in the mid-nineteenth-century and the parapet modified at this time altering much of the original character, and does not list the structure[1].


Hilden Bridge
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Hilden Bridge near Lisburn - Geograph - 1301023.jpg
Crossings of the River Lagan
Lagan Bridge • Queen Elizabeth II Bridge • Queens Bridge (Belfast) • Albert Bridge • Ormeau Bridge • Kings Bridge • Governors Bridge • Shaw's Bridge • Drum Bridge • M1 Bridge • Wolfenden's Bridge • Lambeg Bridge • Hilden Bridge • Queens Bridge (Lisburn) • Union Bridge • Moore's Bridge • Young's Bridge • Maze Bridge • The New Bridge • Spencer's Bridge • Newmill Bridge • Steps Bridge • New Forge Bridge • Geehan's Bridge • Banoge Bridge • Donaghcloney Bridge • Thornyford Bridge • Gillhall Bridge • A1 • Regent Bridge • Downshire Bridge • Lagangreen Bridge • Black Bog Road Bridge • Bell's Bridge • Dree Hill Road Bridge

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