Victoria Bridge (Penrith)


The Victoria Bridge over Nepean River, officially known as The Nepean Bridge, is a wrought iron plate girder bridge that crosses the Nepean River at Penrith in the western suburbs of Sydney, New South Wales Australia. Completed in 1867 under the supervision of John Whitton, the Engineer–in–Chief of New South Wales Government Railways, the bridge initially carried rail and horse–drawn traffic, and was converted in 1907 to exclusively carry the Great Western Highway. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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  1. Cambridge Park, New South Wales
  2. Penrith, New South Wales
  3. Cambridge Gardens, New South Wales
  4. North St Marys, New South Wales
  5. Werrington Downs, New South Wales
  6. Kingswood, New South Wales

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Penrith

Sport Venues

  1. Lapstone Oval

Other interest places

  1. Reserva de Plantas Nativas de Glenbrook
  2. Victoria Bridge (Penrith)

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