Finished in 1880 the Daniel O’Connell suspension bridge with its stone piers crosses the Manuherikia River at Ophir in Central Otago.
Anchored in the local schist, it is named after the 19th-century Irishman – a reminder perhaps of the many Irish gold miners who came to the area seeking their fortunes.
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