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Broadmeadow viaduct, in Ireland, carries the main Dublin to Belfast
railway across the Broadmeadow Estuary, about 13 kilometres north
of Dublin, just north of Malahide. It is approximately 180 metres
long and it is a section of a longer crossing constructed as an
embankment. The viaduct carries around ninety trains, including
commuter services and heavy freight, per day and it is the sole
rail route between Dublin and Belfast. It has had a history of
problems with its foundations being scoured out by strong currents.
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