A lift bridge, it opened in July 1941 at a cost of $1.5 million.
The two lift bridges in the district were built during this period, which ended around 1930.
A lift bridge was built in 1905, joining the communities on either side of the river.
Its features make it the highest lift bridge in the world.
Construction of the current vertical lift bridge began in 1951.
Plans for a new lift bridge were drawn up, and it was opened on 19 October 1953.
A lift bridge, for example, is similar to one recently restored in Milford.
The 1926 railbridge was replaced in 1969 with a larger, higher lift bridge.
A new river crossing has been needed for decades to replace a lift bridge constructed in 1931.
A short section at Sleaford was opened in 2010, following the installation of a lift bridge.