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  • cheryl mcculley

    Plank Bridge, Cascille, Northern Ireland. What's beyond the bridge? beautifully creepy! ;)

  • Ang=}] Du'goof

    Travel the road less traveled. Make your own. Plank Bridge, Cascille, Northern Ireland.

  • Eriketi Dima

    Plank Bridge, Cascille, Northern Ireland #world #places #breathtaking #PlankBridge #Cascille #NorthernIreland

  • Mary Evans

    This may be (different dates of images and repairs) the suspension bridge in the Altai/Altay/Altaj Mountains across the river Katun near the village of Tungur/Tjungur, Russia. It is NOT in Kungur on the banks of the Sylva River, near the Ural Mountains. It is also NOT a Plank Bridge in Cascille, Northern Ireland.

  • Jordan Rayburn

    Ireland - Plank Bridge, Cascille, photo via thegathering. Facts about Ireland: Area: 70,285 sq km. Comprises 80% of the island of Ireland. Northern Ireland is a constituent part of the United Kingdom. Population: 4,589,002. Capital: Dublin. Official language: Irish, English. Irish spoken as a first language by less than 4% of the population; 40% of the Irish population can speak Irish. Languages: 5

  • Emma Simmons

    I live photos of old bridges, always so mysterious

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