Open Edition – 230909 35

$295.00 – 21” x 14”

$195.00 – 15” x 10”

About This Image

Designed by Sir Manuel Hornibrook. Construction of the bridge began in 1932 and was opened to cars, trucks, bicycles and pedestrians in 1935. The two lane bridge is 2.684klms long and connects Brighton to Clontarf crossing over Bramble Bay. The bridge was closed to motorised traffic in 1979 and left open to pedestrians and bicycles. Before it’s final closure in 2010 the bridge was the longest footbridge in the world. The Hornibrook Bridge was demolished in 2011.

  • print editions are unlimited in numbers
  • each edition is printed with archival inks to Fine Art Baryta 305 GSM cotton rag paper
  • print size is 21″x 14” (53×35.5cm)  with a 20mm border
  • print size is 15″x 10” (38x.25.4cm) with a 20mm border
  • prints are unmounted and shipped in protective tube
  • free delivery within Australia


21” x 14”


15” x 10”