Melbourne's Webb Bridge

The Webb Bridge is a pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Yarra River in Melbourne, Australia. It's designed to resemble eel traps used by the Koori, a people native to New South Wales and Victoria. The bridge was constructed out of material recycled from a previous rail bridge of the same name.

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