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The Lennox Bridge is a stone arch bridge designed by the master stonemason David Lennox, in Glenbrook, NSW. It is a single arch of 6m (20-feet) span and 9m (30 feet) above water level, with a road width of 9m (30 feet)[1]

The bridge, opened in 1833, is the oldest surviving stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland. It crosses Lapstone Creek on Mitchells Pass.
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