Further down is Pochtamtsky (Post-office) bridge.
Former names: Little Chain-bridge, Prachechnyj, Postal.
Size is 34 by 2.2 meters.
Designed in 1823-24 by engineer V.K. Treter. In 1901 cast-iron railings were replaced with modern-style metal "fence". After 1905 the bridge wasn't suspension bridge anymore: they have built the wooden supports. In 1956 the original cast-iron railings were restored. In 1982-83 after the extensive repairs the bridge had become suspension again.
I was told that in 2001-2002 bridge was sitting on temporary (metal) supports. Since 2003 it's suspension bridge all right.