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Drogheda is an industrial and port town 26 miles north of Dublin, on the east coast of Ireland. The town is increasingly populated by commuters working in Dublin.

Population: 31,020 (2002 census).

It has certain historical interest:

A notable landmark is the Boyne Viaduct, a 98ft high railway bridge carrying the main Dublin to Belfast line, designed by civil engineer Sir John MacNeill and built during the 1850s.

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