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. • . . • - ' •. . —From the AUCKLAND WEEKLY -SEWS*. A PORTION OF THE DENSE THRONG CROSSING AUCKLAND'S HANDSOME AND IMPOSING VIADUCT BRIDGE, AFTER THE GREAT •• <■ CADET REVIEW IN THE AUCKLAND DOMAIN BEFORE LORD KITCHENER, MARCH 1, 1910. A good idea of the way in which the new Cemetery Gully Bridge will be utilised by pedestrians during any special occasion may be obtained from the photograph published above, which depicts a portion of the dense throng which passed over the structure after attending the great Cadet Review in the Domain. The ordinary foot traffic from the Grafton side to Symonds-street, and vice-versa, is very) considerable, and at certain hours of the day the bridge presents quite/ an animated appearance. With the vehicular traffic added, there will be a steady flow each way at all times.of the day. This handsome structure is now rapidly nearing completion; the footways are being finished off, and the principal work yet to be done on the surface consists of paving the roadway and preparing the-approaches from either side. ______

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. • . . • – ' •. . —From the AUCKLAND WEEKLY -SEWS*. A PORTION OF THE DENSE THRONG CROSSING AUCKLAND'S HANDSOME AND IMPOSING VIADUCT BRIDGE, AFTER THE GREAT •• <■ CADET REVIEW IN THE AUCKLAND DOMAIN BEFORE LORD KITCHENER, MARCH 1, 1910. A good idea of the way in which the new Cemetery Gully Bridge will be utilised by pedestrians during any special occasion may be obtained from the photograph published above, which depicts a portion of the dense throng which passed over the structure after attending the great Cadet Review in the Domain. The ordinary foot traffic from the Grafton side to Symonds-street, and vice-versa, is very) considerable, and at certain hours of the day the bridge presents quite/ an animated appearance. With the vehicular traffic added, there will be a steady flow each way at all times.of the day. This handsome structure is now rapidly nearing completion; the footways are being finished off, and the principal work yet to be done on the surface consists of paving the roadway and preparing the-approaches from either side. ______, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 14317, 12 March 1910, Supplement

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. • . . • – ' •. . —From the AUCKLAND WEEKLY -SEWS*. A PORTION OF THE DENSE THRONG CROSSING AUCKLAND'S HANDSOME AND IMPOSING VIADUCT BRIDGE, AFTER THE GREAT •• <■ CADET REVIEW IN THE AUCKLAND DOMAIN BEFORE LORD KITCHENER, MARCH 1, 1910. A good idea of the way in which the new Cemetery Gully Bridge will be utilised by pedestrians during any special occasion may be obtained from the photograph published above, which depicts a portion of the dense throng which passed over the structure after attending the great Cadet Review in the Domain. The ordinary foot traffic from the Grafton side to Symonds-street, and vice-versa, is very) considerable, and at certain hours of the day the bridge presents quite/ an animated appearance. With the vehicular traffic added, there will be a steady flow each way at all times.of the day. This handsome structure is now rapidly nearing completion; the footways are being finished off, and the principal work yet to be done on the surface consists of paving the roadway and preparing the-approaches from either side. ______ New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 14317, 12 March 1910, Supplement

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