The tree Bridge, a concrete beam bridge that spans the Lane Cove stream, is found west of the central downtown of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. It’s directly to the north of Tarban Creek Bridge and also the Gladesville Bridge. The bridge carries the Burns Bay Road and a path and connects the suburbs of Hunters Hill and Linley purpose.
The bridge replaces associate degree iron truss swing bridge originally engineered on this web site in 1885 in an exceedingly amount that additionally saw the development of the first Gladesville and Iron Cove bridges. The sooner tree Bridge was situated regarding fifty metres (160 ft) to the west of the new bridge. The southern abutment still exists, upon that there’s a viewing platform accessible from the tip of Joubert Street, Hunters Hill. The wheel that after operated the gap span stands in memorial.
The current tree Bridge, that opened in September 1963, was in-built conjunction with the Tarban Creek and Gladesville bridges as a part of the planned North Western throughway linking the town with the then Sydney-Newcastle main road. The throughway was off however the main road grade road from the jap finish of the Gladesville Bridge, over Tarban Creek and finishing at the northern end of tree Bridge has been maintained. The bridge’s concrete piers were designed in order that if the throughway became a reality, 2 further lanes either facet of the bridge might be clipped on, increasing the bridge’s capability.