BEST VIEWED LARGER
The Red Bridge completed in 1838, is the oldest bridge on the National Highway. The bricks (more than one and a half million) were made in the town itself. Convict-built to a European design it has needed very little repair work over the years and now carries well over a two million vehicles a year.
For those visiting Australia and the state of Tasmania this bridge is located in the township of Campbelltown, the town has accomodation in the form of hotels and bed and breakfasts.
Equipment : Nokon D70 Tripod
Technique: Tone Mapped 5 Images, Photomatix 3.2 64bit, Capture NX