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The Drummoyne Bridge was built in 1881 and had an opening span to let vessels on the Parramatta River pass through.
A postcard featuring a black and white photograph of the Paramatta River at Drummoyn showing the Drummoyne bridge. This bridge connects Five Dock Point to Huntley's Point. Buildings can be seen in the foreground and background on the left side of the image. A small stone mooring can be seen in the foreground on the left side of the image. The foreshore of the River is mostly covered with vegetation. It has the words "Parramatta River at Drummoyne" and "Sydney Pleasure Resort Series 57. / Kerry (Copyright) Sydney." in the bottom left and right corners respectively.
W 140mm x H 94mm
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