The Anner canal

Just east of the Bulmers factory in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, the Anner runs southwards to its confluence with the River Suir. A short distance north of the N24 (the road to Waterford), a canal separates off from the river and runs down the far side of a field, passing under the N24 a short distance to the east of the Anner. The bridge under which it passed is (or was, on the 1904 Ordnance Survey map) called Canal Bridge, which is the only information I have to suggest that this watercourse was thought of as a canal. I have a few photos of it here.

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