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Princes Bridge Melbourne

Princes Bridge Melbourne Princes Bridge is an iconic gateway to the city and Melbourne’s busiest transport hub with a high volume of pedestrian, cyclist, tram and motor vehicle traffic. Princes Bridge was designed by Jenkins, D'Ebro and Grainger and constructed in 1886-88 by David Munro. The bridge, completed in 1888, was the third bridge across the Yarra at that location. Princes Bridge, originally Prince's Bridge, is an important bridge in central Melbourne, Australia that spans the Yarra River. It is built on the site of one of the oldest river crossings in Australia. The bridge connects Swanston Street on the north bank of the Yarra River to St Kilda Road on the south bank, and carries road, tram and pedestrian traffic. The present bridge was built in 1888 and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. Because of its position, Princes Bridge is often a focal point for celebratory events in Melbourne such as the Moomba Festival, New Years Eve and many celebrations taking place on the Yarra River where it flows through the city. The City of Melbourne installed a wide green bicycle lane on the western side of Princes Bridge for cyclists travelling north into the city. Princes Bridge is of historical, social, architectural and aesthetic importance to the State of Victoria. Princes Bridge is of historical significance for its role in the early establishment of main thoroughfares in and around the city.

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