NSW Lennox Bridge

Lennox Bridge

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The Lennox Bridge (also referred to as The Horseshoe Bridge) could be a stone arch bridge designed by David Lennox placed in Blaxland, New South Wales, Australia. it’s one arch of half dozen metres (20 ft) span and nine metres (30 ft) on top of water level, with a road dimension of nine metres (30 ft).

Lennox Bridge, opened in 1833, is that the oldest living stone arch bridge on the Australian ground. It crosses Brookside Creek (also referred to as Lapstone Creek) on the road referred to as Mitchells Pass. It replaced associate earlier crossing of the creek 600 metres (2,000 ft) additional south, that nowadays survives as a walking track. a close-by quarry is believed to possess been created for the aim of providing stone for the bridge.

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