Through the djerriwarrh arch by Anne van Alkemade

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Small (8.0" x 10.7")

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The arch lies beneath the Djerriwarrh Bridge 1859 spanning the Djerriwarrh Creek (currently a dry gravel creek bed), the natural division between Moorabool (Bacchus Marsh) and Melton Shires. If you don’t know the bridge is there, while travelling along the Western Highway, you won’t see it, however there is a turn off on the north western side of the highway to a picnic area. Of sandstone construction , the bridge is classified by the National Trust.

Sold on Friday 29 September following an exhibition a month ago at Bacchus Hill Winery. Small sized framed print with


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  • David Stuart
    David Stuartalmost 7 years ago

    Cools shot Anne

    yay for the sweat of the convicts !!

  • Anne van Alkemade
    Anne van Alkemadealmost 7 years ago

    hahahaa, thanks David. Pretty sure not convict-built! Local history book has it done by a contract builder! But it does look a little Port Arthurish.

  • Antanas
    Antanasalmost 7 years ago


  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownalmost 7 years ago

    Nice detail. I’d love to get a look and some of the textures on the stone work up close.

  • RonniLeigh
    RonniLeighalmost 7 years ago

    Anne, the description is interesting and the bridge was built 100 years before me. lol I agree with Andrew I love to see the rock work up close.

  • helene
    helenealmost 7 years ago

    Great tones and composition Anne

  • hinting
    hintingalmost 7 years ago

    nice framing!

  • Pete Chennell
    Pete Chennellalmost 7 years ago

    nice find…well captured

  • Anne van Alkemade
    Anne van Alkemadealmost 7 years ago

    thanks everyone

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 6 years ago

    Nice shot

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