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Hawthorn Bridge, Melbourne

The Hawthorn Bridge is a wrought iron truss bridge across the Yarra River, connecting Bridge Road and Burwood Road.

The Hawthorn Bridge is a wrought iron truss bridge across the Yarra River, connecting Bridge Road and Burwood Road. Completed in 1861, it is on the Victorian Heritage Register.


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About Hawthorn Bridge

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Hawthorn Bridge and Nearby Sights on Map

Melbourne Tram Museum

The Melbourne Tram Museum at the Hawthorne Depot traces the history of trams and the development of the iconic tramways in Melbourne

Bridge Road

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Yarra Bend Park

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Como Historic House

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National Sports Museum

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Melbourne Cricket Ground

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Toorak Park

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