Sheahan Bridge near Gundagai, New south Wales, Australia by Margaret  Hyde
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In 1977 the Sheahan Bridge was erected to replace an older bridge. It is 1143 metres (3750 feet) long and is named after Bill Sheahan (1895 -1975), a former member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. In 2010 the bridge was duplicated to provide safer travel for high speed traffic.

The bridge spans the Murrumbidgee flood plains.

Taken from a hill north of Gundagai.

Featured in “A Little Bit country” group.

I am a keen amateur photographer (progressing from a Brownie Box to digital) who loves to combine travel and photography. I have travelled extensively in Australia and New Zealand with other trips to parts of UK & Europe, USA, Africa, Scandinavia and Canada. My photography reflects my interest in culture, scenery and wildlife relating to these travels.

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  • Thank you for the honour.

    – Margaret Hyde

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