After the bridge, the river passes Rosemount Estate on the south
A wreck, which covers at high tide is marked with a Green Conical
marker and must be kept to port, moving downstream. Two special
marks have also been attached to the wreck itself.
On the north bank are a number of
small pills, the larger of which was a traditional swimming spot
including diving boards and changing rooms. Just before the
confluence, sits Ringwood House.
downriver, the junction with the River Nore is sometimes passed before
it is noticed.
Section 31c covers
access to the River Nore. This is the start of the wider River Barrow
en route to New Ross Port.
old railway bridge spans the River Barrow next with ample
room under any span at all tides except HWS. The railway line ran from Waterford to New
Ross and on to Mackmine at the River Slaney until it was closed in 1972. The railway
line from the south side of the bridge can be walked into New Ross.
On the north bank, the line disappears into a long, railway tunnel
under the hill at Mountelliott, to emerge again at the Ferrymountgarrett Bridge.