Bridges in Melbourne

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Bridges in Melbourne

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  • AndyJohn74
    Sans Souci, Australia2,013 contributions
    The Princes Bridge is the connecting point from Swanston Street on the north bank of the Yarra and St Kilda Road on the south bank. Opened in 1888 it is 120 meters long and carries both vehicle and trams across in both directions.
    Written 30 January 2021
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,473 contributions
    The 1888 Sandridge Bridge is a former railway bridge that has been converted into a pedestrian crossing across the Yarra River. It has historical value. These days, it is best known for hosting 'The Travelers,' which are movable sculptures. They are the creation of Lebanese artist Nadim Karam. They represent the waves of immigrants to Victoria since the 1830s, when Melbourne was settled. Victoria's Aboriginal inhabitants are represented by the stone and steel sculpture in the square 'Gayip.'
    Written 28 September 2021
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,473 contributions
    The Webb Bridge is an artistic creation that gives great views of Melbourne's maritime environment. It is in two sections, the existing section and an on-ramp that gives a connecting link. Robert Owen, the creator, says Webb Bridge is a "symbolic and poetic demonstration of reconciliation and indigenous history." The ultra-modern design is based on the eel-nets once used by Melbourne's indigenous inhabitants. The Webb Bridge can be a tad tricky for pedestrians, keep your eyes peeled for cyclists.
    Written 28 May 2021
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    One of two pedestrian bridges between Queen and Princess bridges. One side starts outside of Southgate and the other outside of flinders st station side entrance. Pony fish island bar underneath bridge is an excellent spot as well. The views from Evan Walker bridge are quite pretty and a great tourist Photo opp
    Written 1 March 2022
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  • Jeffry b
    Essendon, Australia10,473 contributions
    Queens Bridge is located at the site of the former Yarra Falls, and was important in the early history of Melbourne. The heritage-listed bridge was built in 1889, of wrought iron and concrete. It is used by cars and pedestrians. The 58 tram also crosses te Yarra River here. it is 96 metres (314 feet) long. The bridge connects Market and William Sts in the north with Queensbridge St in the south. The bridge was built by well-known colonial contractor David Munro.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    This great bridge not only honours a great man in William barak it also offers amazing views of the city and the tennis precinct. It leads from birrarung marr and Fed square to the mcg
    Written 7 May 2022
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