Pont National (Brest)
The Pont National opened to allow through the French cruiser Duguay-Trouin, in 1901
|Carries||Rue de Siam|
|Locale||Brest, Brittany, France|
|Designer||Nicolas Cadiat (1805-1856)
Alphonse Oudry (1819-1869)
Schneider et Cie, builders
- For the bridge of this name in Paris, see Pont National.
The Pont National was a swing bridge across the river Penfeld in Brest, France. It opened in 1861, linking rue de Siam to Recouvrance, near the Tour Tanguy. It was destroyed by Allied bombardment in 1944 and replaced by the Pont de Recouvrance in the 1950s.
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