Sunday, 26 February 2012

Centennial Park, Frog Hollow Bridge

Frog Hollow Bridge is a stone bridge with timber pergola in Centennial Park. The bridge arches over the stormwater channel in Frog Hollow, a triangle formed by Grand Drive, Dickens Drive and Parkes Drive. It was constructed in the 1890s by the New South Wales Public Works Department.

27 comments:

  1. Lovely stone bridge and a pretty park! Great shot!

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  2. I like the name Jim, sounds like something out of wind in the Willows!

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  3. I would like one in place of my little patio...I agree with PDP it does sound like something out of Wind in the Willows!

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  4. The name sounds great and the bridge pretty but is seems to only really bridge a big gutter.

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  5. Hi. Your weblog is good but too heavy. It is also laggy when we scroll up and down. Make it light by choosing a light simple template.
    All the best.

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  6. Seems like quite a substantial bridge for a little ditch, Jim! Would be nice of they grew some vines over the supports...

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  7. Great little bridge, wonderful name and a perfect shadow shot for the day, Jim!! Enjoy your day!

    Sylvia

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  8. Gorgeous little stone bridge! Lovely mix of styles!

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  9. I love any kind of stone work
    this bridge is lovely

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  10. Lovely little bridge!

    Thanks for contributing art to shadow shots!

    Coo Coo Clock Shadow

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  11. Enjoyed seeing another sight from your great part of the world. I loved it the one time I was there.

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  12. Great to see all your interesting photos of Centennial Park, it is years since I was there.

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  13. Centennial Park looks like a wonderful place with so many interesting things to photograph and see. Definitely a shadow seeker's delight. All of your photos from there are Awesome!!

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  14. That is a lovely little bridge, The park looks beautifl.

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  15. The pergola is elevates the beauty of this little stone bridge!

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  16. Sydney really have something to offer. Very elegant shot.

    Happy SSS...
    /chie

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  17. Nice little bridge!
    Both you and «Louis» did something other than the usual subject matter for this week's Sunday Bridges.
    ;-D

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  18. Ann, I'm not sure if there are any frogs living in Frog Hollow these days but there may be some around the ponds.

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