Victoria Bridge - Penrith NSW

Victoria Bridge - Penrith NSW
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Latitude:-33.746  Longitude:150.68157


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Victoria Bridge, also known as the Nepean River Bridge, is a wrought iron girder bridge which crosses the Nepean River in the western suburb of Penrith in Sydney, Australia. It carries the Great Western Highway

It replaces a punt service and timber bridge which was twice destroyed by floods. Designed by Engineer in Chief of Railways, John Whitton, construction began in 1864 and was completed in 1867. Originally it took one railway line and a road across the river.

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