Seven-bend shake stood up to limestone road interface, worked in 1836, spreading over the River Shannon, with pointed twisted wharfs and short quadrant projections.
Stone work parapet rises from shake stood up to platband, with beat limestone ashlar face to road side, and shake defied finish to conduit side, finishing with steady shake faced adjusting.
Smooth steel light checks and bloom bushel supports, both c. 1990, settled to parapet adjusting.
Shake faced voussoirs and spandrels, to the two ascents. Half channel formed limestone ashlar boundaries.
Etching to dedicatory plaque, on road side of parapet examines: This framework was amassed A.D. 1840 at the Expense of the Corporation of the Borough of Limerick.
This tablet was submitted there according to popular demand of the town board A.D. 1843.