Knocknaginny BridgeKnockaginny, Monmurry, Tyrone/Monaghan Unapproved Road
The bridge was blown up in the early 1970s by the British Army.
The British Army placed a footbridge across the river to allow people to cross the border.
The road on the northern side had always been a gravel surface before the bridge was blown. When the bridge was reopened a proper road surface was put in on the northern side.
The bridge was rebuilt by Monaghan County Council. The plaque on the bridge is dedicated to the reopening which happened on the Wednesday 20th October 2010.
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