THE TOMB OF THE JEALOUS MAN AND WOMAN

TRIM TOWN WEIGHTBRIDGE PHOTOGRAPHED IN 2016

TRIM TOWN WEIGHTBRIDGE

I have not been able to find any information relating to this particular weighbridge in Trim.

The public weighbridge was once a common feature of Irish towns. Most goods were traded in bulk and by weight so both the seller and the buyer needed to have accurate measurements. Since the public weighbridge was owned and operated by the local authority, it could be relied upon to give an accurate and impartial measurement.



SORRY FOR THE DELAY