My point? The back cover shows "The railway brought civilisation ... at Gloucester", as the caption for the top photo, and "Towing Inpectors Car at Brocklesby on the Corowa line in 1976" for the bottom one. It is noted that it is from Greg Wison, ARHS Resource Centre 55510.
My point - I'm getting there - the track vehicle is not a towing Inspection Car, it is a Flivver. It has the round aluminium windshields typical of a flivver and is obviously a Fairmont. Is there a typo involved?
Second point - I have tried to find the location of that bridge on the Corowa line, both near Brockelsby and further afield: I cannot find it. I've been to Burrumbuttock siding, Hurricane Hill (the quarry) but nothing comes remotely like this photo, even around Walla Walla. There are two briges/trestles made of concrete (like the photo) near Brocklesby, but sorry are not the one in the picture.
So, apologies to Jim, where is it?