Charles Grimes Bridge

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The Charles Grimes Bridge is a twin road bridge that carries the Docklands Highway over the Yarra River in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was named after New South Wales surveyor general Charles Grimes, who was the first European to see the Yarra River.
As originally constructed in the 1975 it ran north–south over the river, connecting Footscray Road to the West Gate Freeway and Montague Street...

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