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Tolka River - Dublin - The Bridge at Drumcondra

circa 1910

The Tolka is, with the River Dodder, one of Dublin's main rivers, after the River Liffey. In November 2000, flooding of the Tolka caused extensive damage to residential areas along its banks. Since then, much work has been done to strengthen its flood defences. The Tolka is connected to the nearby Royal Canal by what is known as the Cemetery Drain, so-called as it runs beneath Glasnevin Cemetery before joining the Tolka in the Botanic Gardens.

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Photo Details

  • County: Dublin North
  • Town: Tolka River
  • Scene: The Bridge at Drumcondra
  • Date: 1920 (estimate)

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  • Read about River Tolka below

 


 

River Tolka

The River Tolka (Irish: Tolca) is a river which flows through Dublin, Ireland. It rises near Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, bypassing Dunboyne, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown, Finglas, then through the north Dublin districts of Glasnevin, Drumcondra (beside Tolka Park) and Ballybough, before entering Dublin Bay at East Wall.

The Tolka is, with the River Dodder, one of Dublin's main rivers, after the River Liffey. In November 2000, flooding of the Tolka caused extensive damage to residential areas along its banks. Since then, much work has been done to strengthen its flood defences.

The Tolka is connected to the nearby Royal Canal by what is known as the Cemetery Drain, so-called as it runs beneath Glasnevin Cemetery before joining the Tolka in the Botanic Gardens.