Around Tenterfield, http://www.panoramio.com/user/1065106/tags/New%20England http://www.panoramio.com/user/3420218/tags/New%20England 5 main constructs plus lots of little ones Also quite a few north of Wallangarra http://www.panoramio.com/user/1065106/tags/Wyberba Richmond Vale Rail Looks like the Bruthen bridge with a gap at the end to prevent access No where's that picture set
Were you able to walk down that little viewing area on the road bridge in 2009? It was closed when I was there a few months ago. That bridge is one that I would be hesitant to walk over if it was allowed.
Also, I notice that the old powerpoles along the side of the bridge have been removed. (or else they have fallen down!)
I keep going back to the wonderful Rubicon Aqueducts walk. Four trestles bridges, great scenery and intact infrastructure such as a sawmill and a long tramway.
My photos of the smallest and largest trestle bridges and a link to walking notes for the Rubicon area.
Royston power station?
Yep Royston Power Station, the top end of the penstock feeding it is still a wood stave pipeline dating from the 1920's
This pic is taken a few hundred metres to the north. It isn't a trestle bridge, but it shows an old mini sawmill and is evocative of the centre section of the Rubicon Aqueduct. It has a very pleasant vibe. Use my track notes and take a visit.
Stony Creek bridge at Nowa Nowa, between Bairnsdale and Orbost in eastern Vic: