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Grade II listed. This is the last survivor of the lightweight swing footbridges in Liverpool Docks. Built during the modernisation of Canning Half-tide Dock, possibly in 1845. Known as the "Rennie Bridge", but more likely to have been designed by Jesse Hartley. Restored in 1984, but the handrails are no longer suitable for public use. 
Its deck is largely made of wood, braced by wrought iron stay bars attached to a pair of cast iron kingposts.