A bridge of sandstone construction located halfway between Melton and Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. Built (finished) in 1859, no doubt this bridge carried countless thousands on their way to the goldfields. The road was diverted in 1960 and the bridge restored in 1963 and now classified by the National Trust.

Comments

  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brownabout 7 years ago

    Great piece of history Anne and great shot. Nicely composed.

  • Paul Gibbons
    Paul Gibbonsabout 7 years ago

    Nice description and a very good piece of wrok.

  • Anne van Alkemade
    Anne van Alkemadeabout 7 years ago

    Thank you both kind. ;o)

  • Maximus
    Maximusover 6 years ago

    lovely comp/subject/result. :)

  • Thanks very much Maximus. Glad you like it.

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • WaleskaL
    WaleskaLalmost 6 years ago

    Great capture!

  • Thank you WaleskaL. And for your comment on the cacti as well. They are quite beautiful in a gentle, fragile way so I suppose they need that protection.

    – Anne van Alkemade

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