Gladesville bridge

Concrete-arch bridge across the Parramatta River between Drummoyne and Huntleys Point. Until 1980, at 305 metres, it was the longest concrete arch span in the world and it was the first large bridge to be designed by computer.
It was designed by Tony Gee at Maunsell and Partners together with construction by Stuart Brothers jointly with Reed and Mallik of the UK, it was opened by HRH Princess Marina of Kent in 1964. In 2015 it was declared an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.

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Constructed
1959 - 1964
Opened
02 Oct 1964
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International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
2015
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