Fergusson Bridge facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsFergusson Bridge
|Owner||Waipa District Council|
|Preceded by||Karapiro dam|
|Followed by||Victoria Bridge|
|Total length||50 metres (160 ft)|
Fergusson Bridge (or the Low-level bridge) is a pre-cast, prestressed concrete bridge in Cambridge, New Zealand, spanning the Waikato River. It cost £41,000, was designed by North, Swarbrick, Mills & Westwood and opened in 1964. It was named after Governor-General Sir Bernard Fergusson.
The bridge is on the site of the original 1870 bridge and the 1876 Red Bridge.
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