The Cavenagh Bridge is the only Suspension bridge in Singapore. The bridge built in 1869 is also the oldest bridge on the site. This bridge is named after Governor William Orfeur Cavenagh when Singapore was under the government of British India.
Another sign of the bridge is also on the site Click for sign's details
There is also the same sign on the bridge as the signs on other bridges Click for a larger image
The bridge image was taken by the same photographer that day Click for a larger image
(The current sign is on the beam connecting the two bridge towers)