Re: Re: Cut Stone Buildings in Cork
Well, there is unfortunately no possibility of them using the old rail allignment, which was converted and widened into what is now known as the South Link Road in 1984 (all the way to the ‘magic’ Kinsale roundabout). In fact, just to the west of the ‘magic roundabout’ one could until recently still view the old stone railway bridge. It was demolished during construction of the roundabout flyover.
I should probably put this in the Cork Transport thread, but…
Technically, it wouldn’t be too difficult to cut and cover along the South Link road. Of course, it would cause major disruption during construction and cost-wise should have been done when the road was built, but on a technical level, it’s definitely feasible.