Reclaimed Beaman Park Footbridge Timber Dining Table


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This table holds a piece of local history. The timber used in this table had once been a part of the original footbridge that connected Earlwood to Marrickville. Originally built between May 1924 and July 1925, the footbridge spanned over the Cooks River from Beaman Park (named after a long serving member of the Canterbury Council, Ald. James Beaman) to Marrickville Golf Course.

In 2015 the original bridge was taken down to make way for the bridge that stands there now: a new, modern and more stable bridge that was officially opened in March 2016.

Measurements for this table are 1800L x 975W x 760H. 

This dining table is currently at our Stanmore showroom ready for collection.

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