Chamberlain Bridge is the bridge that gave the surrounding settlement its final name - Bridgetown! Opened in 1872, though rebuilt and replaced in 2005-2006, this historic swing bridge is located at the heart of Bridgetown, a UNESCO Heritage Site. It is now a lifting bridge with state-of-the-art technology which can permit pleasure craft to travel through the narrow channel of the Careenage River through to Carlisle Bay.
The current bridge was built to replace an old wooden bridge on the site which was known as 'Indian Bridge'. The current bridge can be used by pedestrians only and offers charming views.
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