DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL has dropped seven entries from its list of potential names for the new bridge across the river Liffey.
The names of Tony Gregory, Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift are among those dropped from the candidates to have the bridge at Marlborough St named after them nu skin hong kong
Other names lost are Lady Gregory, James Plunkett, and the ‘Patriots Bridge’ and the ‘Returned Bridge’ – two names to commemorate those who died in the Easter Rising and Irish Civil War, and the 21,000 Irish soldiers who died in World War I.
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construction of which is ongoing, will support the Luas cross-city project and carry the southbound line between Marlborough St and College Green.
The northbound line will run from College Green down Westmoreland Street and over O’Connell Bridge, with a northbound stop on O’Connell St where the new line will cross the existing Red line close to Abbey St. The two lines will then rejoin at Parnell Square.
The remaining list of 10 names will be cut to five when the council’s Commemorative Naming Committee meets again on July 10.
The final five names will be put forward to a full meeting of Dublin City Council, which will have the final say on the name of the bridge Beauty Box