LENNOX BRIDGE GLENBROOK
The oldest bridge in NSW
Lennox Bridge, opened in 1833, is the oldest surviving stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland.
It is heritage-listed and was designed by David Lennox and built from 1832 to 1833 by James Randall and other convicts. The stone arch bridge is a single arch of 6 metres span and 9 metres above water level, with a road width of 9 metres.
It crosses Lapstone Creek on the road known as Mitchells Pass at Glenbrook. Mitchells pass is one way from Glenbrook Road down the escarpment to Emu Plains where it meets the end of the Great Western Highway.
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