Dunmore Bridge

Overview

The Dunmore Bridge is a heritage-listed road bridge that carries Clarence Town Road across the Paterson River in Woodville, New South Wales. It was designed by Percy Allan and built in 1899 by Morpeth contractor, S. McGill. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 20 June 2000.


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