Andrew Thompson built the first bridge over South Creek in 1802. It was a floating structure which was later replaced by a more permanent structure in 1813 named after its builder, John Howe. This bridge was replaced again in 1853 by an arched structure and then by the Fitzroy Bridge in 1881. The Fitzroy Bridge was of iron construction which was again superceded by a wider reinforced concrete bridge.
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