Harinxma Bridge

Harinxmakade Sneek -plan route

The Harinxma Bridge, formerly: Electric Bridge, popularly: Sperkhem Bridge, Wouda's flour bridge, is a drawbridge in Sneek in the province of Friesland. It crosses the city canal that forms the city's main shipping route.

This drawbridge of the Amsterdam type was built in 1920 and was the first electrically operated bridge in Sneek. The bridge forms a connection between the Koopmansgracht and the Harinxmakade and is an extension of the Johan Willem Frisostraat. The abutments and bridge lanterns are original. With the exception of the asphalt bridge deck, the bridge is unchanged. The bridge operator's house was rebuilt in 1984 and is therefore outside the scope of national protection.