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Sluggawn Bridge is an early 19th century bridge registed in the Northern Ireland Industrial Heritage records (IHR No. 02233:000:00). The structure carries the Deerpark Road between Toomebridge and Bellaghy in Co Londonderry over a small stream which drains into Lough Beg and is first recorded on mapping on the 1st Edition OS 6” map of 1832.
The model has been produced from a high resolution 3D laser scan survey carried out with a Leica C10 and processed to create a 3D mesh model with colour mapping and has been used as a means of recording the bridge in conjunction with traditional 2D drawings.