Lennox Bridge - AD 1833
Lennox Bridge on Mitchells Pass is one of the oldest surviving stone arch bridges on the mainland. It was designed by Scottish stonemason David Lennox, constructed by convicts and completed in 1833. One side of the bridge is straight and the other curved.
At present, this significant piece of history is defaced by masses of graffiti. But in a chance meeting at the bridge, Old Tom (according to his name tag) tells me that he has his sights set on cleaning it up. Brilliant!