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The (wooden) bridge was been built in 1865 to connect North and south bank after an increase of population. In 1867 the bridge collapsed due to a woodworm infestation. The bridge is been rebuild in 1874 (iron structure). In 1969 bridge was been demolished. After...More
This was on the south Bank next to the sidewalk. They had lots of signage to explain of the history of the Abutment which was interesting. It also had a great view point for taking pictures of the downtown City. Be sure to check it...More
The Victoria Bridge Abutment was renovated recently and perfectly captures both the history of Brisbane as also that of The Victoria Bridge.
It is easily accessible to pedestrians walking across Victoria Bridge and is on The Southbank of the Brisbane River.
The abutment marks the spot of the historical Victoria Bridge. It is on the Southlands side of the river. There are signs that tell the history of the bridge. The bridge is not bad to walk across on your way to the Queensland Museum from...More
So glad they have opened up the abutment to visitors. It's a wonderful part of 'old' Brisbane. There are photos from years ago and also the old tram lines that were uncovered. Definitely worth a visit for visitors and locals.
Opened in 2015, a walkway now joins the Victoria Bridge to the Abutment. There are signs about the bridges that have been in this location and a memorial to Hector Vasyli. Worth a read of a few minutes when walking between South Brisbane and Brisbane...More