The River Liffey takes a new, straightened, course between King’s Bridge and Barrack Bridge.
Frank Sherwin is born in Dublin.
The Easter Rising tears Dublin apart, 10 year old Sherwin is an eye witness.
Sherwin, fighting on the anti-treaty side in the Civil War, is interned in the Curragh Camp.
Curragh prisoners, including Sherwin, are released.
Sherwin is elected as an independent to Dáil Éireann in a by election.
Sherwin fails to get re-elected to the Dáil in a crowded field in Dublin North Central.
Dublin Corporation’s General Purposes Committee approves plans for new bridge near King’s Bridge. Click to view RTE’s report.
Dublin Corporation decides to limit traffic loads on Seán Heuston Bridge. Construction starts on the Frank Sherwin Bridge.
Frank Sherwin dies.
The Frank Sherwin Bridge opens to the public.