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Lennox Bridge

Location: Mitchells Pass, Glenbrook, NSW 2773

Constructed: 1832-1833


This elegant single span stone arch bridge is the oldest bridge on mainland Australia. Lennox Bridge was constructed in 1833 of local stone by a gang of 20 convicts, trained by the designer and builder David Lennox. The Highway now by-passes the Bridge, but you shouldn't!


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Name of item: Lennox Bridge
Type of item: Built
Collection: Transport - Land
Category: Road Bridge
Location: Mitchells Pass, Glenbrook, NSW 2773
Local Govt: Blue Mountains
Designer: David Lennox
Builder: James Randall and other convicts
Constructed: 1832-1833
Current use: Road bridge
Former use: Road bridge