This historic wooden bridge spans a narrow gorge at Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. The bridge dates from the early 1900s.
Imagine having to cross this! Well it was all part of the experience for hikers of yesteryear on the 6km Kings Canyon Rim Walk. Luckily for us modern-day walkers there is a new bridge nearby, but the original bridge has stood the test of time and displays an old remembrance plaque on the right.
Mamiya ZM film camera.
‘The History of the NT’ – May 2010
All Parks – May 2010
Australiana Challenges (Brown) – Nov 2010
The World As We See It – Apr 2011
The World As We See It – Oct 2012
RB Explore – Oct 2012
100 views at 25/5/10
Mamiya ZM Film.