Meadowbank railway bridge

Bridge across the Parramatta River opened when the Sydney and NSW rail systems were undergoing a period of rapid expansion. The wrought iron structure and cast iron cylinders were imported from England, and the above-track sections are locally made steel lattice trusses. It has now been turned into a pedestrian and bicycle way.

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Milestone
Opened
1886
Name
Alternate
John Whitton bridge
Position
1886
Type