Located on Ireland's east coast, the Bull Bridge is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world. This old wooden bridge links Dublin and the North Bull Island in Dublin Bay.
The bridge, also known as Wooden Bridge, was completed in 1821. It’s pretty narrow and vehicle loads from cars and vans is restricted to 2 Ton max. The wooden bridge was originally built to give access to the Bull Wall during building. It was to be demolished once the wall was built, but the locals objected to that, as they had started to use it for a host of recreational purposes.