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Image of the Bridge of Remembrance

Bridge of Remembrance

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The Bridge of Remembrance has been an important part of the central city since it was opened on Armistice Day, 11 November 1924. Although it was originally built to accommodate vehicular traffic, the use of the bridge was confined to pedestrians in 1977. The bridge remains a focal point for services commemorating Anzac Day.

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Anzac Day parade, Wigram Pipe Band

View along Cashel Street looking east towards the Bridge of Remembrance during the Anzac Day Parade. In the foreground the Wigram Pipe Band is marching. William (Bill) Penman is the bagpiper at the...
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