Bridge eleven is another fixed bridge in the centre of Amsterdam. It is located on the western quay of the Singel and spans the Blauwburgwal. This arch bridge is connected with bridge 10, the Lijnbaansbrug, again over the Singel via the quayside. I’m beginning to suspect the bridges without names are a little unloved and unglamourous.
Bridge11 was rebuilt in the shape of the previous bridge and was designed by Wichert Arend de Graaf, an engineer at the Public Works Department who is a little less famous than Piet Kramer.
Architect: Wichert Arend de Graaf
Dienst der Publieke Werken – Public Works Department