Bridges - Railway - Scenic View.

Stock Photography By Paul Ross

This bridge was completed in January 1899. It is a large bridge for its date, given its height, length and maximum span. The main spans consist of six, 76.2m truss spans totalling 457.3m. This was exceeded only by two other previous Australian Truss Bridges: the first Hawkesbury rail bridge (1889, 875m, no longer existing); and Algebuckina (1891, 586m). There were, in addition, eight 15.2m metal plate girder approaches, which form a significant bridge in their own right, another sixteen timber g

The Old and new Rail Bridges.
The Old and new Rail Bridges.
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Old Rail Bridge - another view.
Old Rail Bridge - another view.
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Railway Bridge over the Burdekin River, Queensland, Australia.
Railway Bridge over the
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Structural Shapes of an Old Rail Bridge.
Structural Shapes of an Old
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The Stone Arch of a Rail Bridge.
The Stone Arch of a Rail
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Structural Shapes on an Old Rail Bridge.
Structural Shapes on an Old
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Former Rail Bridge - Stone inserted Pillars.
Former Rail Bridge - Stone
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A Huge former Rail Bridge Structure over Burdekin River.
A Huge former Rail Bridge
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Rail Bridges - Old and new.
Rail Bridges - Old and new.
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Rail Bridge over Burdeking River, Queensland, Australia.
Rail Bridge over Burdeking
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Rail Bridge from Yesteryear.
Rail Bridge from Yesteryear.
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Rail Bridge - Burdekin River, Queensland, Australia.
Rail Bridge - Burdekin River,
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1. The Old and new Rail Bridges. . This bridge was completed in January 1899. The main spans consist of six, 76.2m truss spans totalling 457.3m. There were, in addition, eight 15.2m metal plate girder approaches, another sixteen timber girder approaches and two concrete arched abutments, giving a total bridge length (exclusive of embankments) of 736m.

2. Old Rail Bridge - another view. . This bridge was completed in January 1899. The main spans consist of six, 76.2m truss spans totalling 457.3m. There were, in addition, eight 15.2m metal plate girder approaches, another sixteen timber girder approaches and two concrete arched abutments, giving a total bridge length (exclusive of embankments) of 736m.

3. Railway Bridge over the Burdekin River, Queensland, Australia. . An old unused rail bridge over the Burdekin River in Queensland, Australia.

4. Structural Shapes of an Old Rail Bridge. . The structural shapes and angles of an old unused rail bridge.

5. The Stone Arch of a Rail Bridge. . A stone arch on an unused rail bridge.

6. Structural Shapes on an Old Rail Bridge. . The structural shapes of an old Rail Bridge on Burdekin River, Queensland, Australia.

7. Former Rail Bridge - Stone inserted Pillars. . Old stone rail bridge pillars, supporting a massive structure of steel spans. This bridge was completed in January 1899.

8. A Huge former Rail Bridge Structure over Burdekin River. . This bridge was completed in January 1899. The main spans consist of six, 76.2m truss spans totalling 457.3m.

9. Rail Bridges - Old and new. . An former rail bridge on the left in comparison with the new replacement on the right.

10. Rail Bridge over Burdeking River, Queensland, Australia. . This bridge was completed in January 1899. The main spans consist of six, 76.2m truss spans totalling 457.3m. There were, in addition, eight 15.2m metal plate girder approaches, another sixteen timber girder approaches and two concrete arched abutments, giving a total bridge length (exclusive of embankments) of 736m.

11. Rail Bridge from Yesteryear. . An old rail bridge provides a unique scene.

12. Rail Bridge - Burdekin River, Queensland, Australia. . This rail bridge is a unique part of the scenery.

 

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