Saturday, 20 October 2012

Parramatta, Buttons Bridge

Buttons Bridge crosses the Parramatta River, in the western suburb of Parramatta. This pedestrian bridge was built in 1931 and links historic Parramatta Park to the central business district of Parramatta.

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  1. It won't win any architectural prizes, but as long as you get to the other side it works for me!

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    1. Quite true, but it does have a beautiful setting.

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  2. Wonderful Jim!
    My best regards from Romania and happy weekend!

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  3. This part of the world I am very familiar with...
    Enjoy your weekend
    :)

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  4. It looks old Jim. I'm happy to see no one has torn it down.

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  5. Nice shot! I like how it's anchored by the trees on each side.

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  6. What a beautiful place. The reflections in the water are so nice. It is hard for me to believe that it was built in 1831. That has to be one sturdy bridge. genie

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  7. An old bridge I'd like to cross. Especially when the sky is so blue, blue...

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  8. It reminds of something I would see at a golf course. Everything is so neat and tidy.

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  9. Is this the same bridge as the Noller Bridge in Parramatta Park ?

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  10. Is this the same bridge that crosse the river in Parramatta Park known as the Noller Bridge ?

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    1. Noller Bridge is further south but also in Parramatta Park. I featured a photo of it here.

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