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The Demerara Harbour Bridge

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The Demerara Harbour Bridge is an 1851 meters long floating bridge which was commissioned on the 2nd of July 1978. The bridge spans a 4-mile gap between the East Bank and the West Bank of the Demerara River. As you can see in the picture above, there is a pedestrian lane in addition to the vehicular lane. The Demerara Harbour Bridge can be found on the East Bank at Peter’s Hall – about 4 miles from Georgetown, Guyana, South America. It crosses over to the village of Schoon Ord on the West Bank of the Demerara River.

The photo above was taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

Demerara Harbour Bridge Road – East Bank

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It’s a cloudy day with lots of overcast! This is the road leading to the Demerara Harbour Bridge. The Demerara Harbour Bridge is a floating bridge with a total length of 1851 meters.

The bridge connects the East Bank of the Demerara River to the West Bank and also provides an access point for residents of West Coast Demerara, Guyana, South America. Commuters use the Demerara Harbour Bridge everyday to travel to Georgetown and back.

The photo above was taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen.