Sydney’s Gladesville Bridge has recentlybeen declared as an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Structures such as the Gladesville Bridg, can only be considered for the award 50 years after they were built to impose the strength and fortitude of an engineering structure after it has stood the test of time.

A few unique things to consider; It is a concrete arch bridge, which connected a crossing of the Parramatta River from Leichhardt to Gladesville in Sydney, Australia. Apart from this, it is also the only other Australian structure to have received the award similar to the Western Goldfields, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Snowy Mountain scheme.