South Jordan Public Library
The South Norfolk Jordan Bridge is the City's first privately owned bridge, is no longer a drawbridge and is also the first tolled bridge. Please visit the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge website at for official bridge information.
Located between Poindexter Street in South Norfolk and Elm Street in Portmouth. It crosses the Elizabeth River at 169 feet high and is about a mile long.
The Original Jordan Bridge
The original Jordan Bridge was constructed in 1928 and closed on November 8, 2008. It was a vertical lift span two-lane bridge operated by the City of Chesapeake. Daily traffic reached 7, 000 vehicles with a weight limit of 3 tons/6, 000 lbs.
Sir Frederick Richard Jordan KCMG (1881–1949) was a barrister, chief justice and lieutenant governor of New South Wales.. He was the ninth Chief justice of New South Wales, a state of Australia. Jordan was a distinguished lawyer as well as the Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales. Retired Supreme Court Justice Roddy Meagher describes Jordan...
Audiobook veteran and AudioFile Earphones Award winner Michael Kramer has recorded more than one hundred audiobooks for trade publishers and many more for the Library of Congress Talking Books program.
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