Photographer's Note

The bridge was designed by the engineers Zezeman and Perep and constructed in 1871-1872. It is called the `white` bridge because it has always been painted that colour.

It has three spans and is supported by arched wooden posts, the remnants of a previous bridge built by Captain Vite in the 1850s. That bridge collapsed in 1861. The metalwork of the present bridge was made in London.

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