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Popular Bridges in Jamaica

by Roland
(Kingston 10)

The Flat Bridge in St. Catherine, Jamaica <br><font size=1>source:Wikipedia.com</font>

The Flat Bridge in St. Catherine, Jamaica
source:Wikipedia.com

QUESTION:

Please name 7 bridges in Jamaica.



ANSWER: by Wellesley May 09, 2011

Hi Roland,

Thanks very much for this question, love it.
It took me some time to do this research but I have certainly learnt somethings myself :-)

I've done better than the 7 you requested too! And even alphabetized them.

Here you go!


  • Alligator Church Bridge, Rio Grande Valley, Portland
  • Barnett Bridge, St. James
  • Bengal Bridge, St. Ann
  • Big Bridge, Westmoreland
  • Black River Bridge, St. Elizabeth
  • Bog Walk Bridge, St. Catherine
  • Brandon Hill Bridge, St. Andrew
  • Buff Bay River Bridge, Portland
  • Bull Bay River Bridge, St. Thomas
  • Dry (Hope) River, Harbour View, St. Andrew
  • Easington Bridge, St. Thomas
  • Fairfield Bridge, St. James
  • Harbour Head Bridge, St. Thomas
  • Hope River Bridge, Roselle, St. Thomas
  • May Pen Bridge, Clarendon
  • Morgan's Bridge, Westmoreland
  • Natural Bridge, Riversdale, St. Catherine
  • Pencar River Bridge, Fort George, St. Mary
  • Plantain Garden River Bridge, St. Thomas
  • Queen's River Bridge, Green Island, Hanover.
  • Railway Bridge, Portland
  • Rio Grande Bridge, Portland
  • Spanish River Bridge, Portland
  • Spanish Town Iron Bridge, St. Catherine
  • Styxx River Bridge, St. Elizabeth
  • Swift River Bridge, Portland
  • The Flat Bridge, St. Catherine
  • Wag Water River Bridge, Agualtavale, St. Mary
  • Waterloo Road Bridge, St. Andrew
  • White River Bridge, Ocho Rios (St. Ann)
  • Yallahs Bridge, St. Thomas


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Related: Rivers in Jamaica.
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Regards,
Wellesley


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