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Upside down bridge
contributed by JohnH, taken on 13 April 2011
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The most unusual bridge in Queensland. This bridge is located at 121.400 km on the Monto (Maryborough to Gayndah) railway line, not far from Gayndah.
It is technicaaly called a deck-type pin-jointed fishbelly truss main span bridge. The truss was used as falsework in the construction of Macrossan Bridge across the Burdekin River near Charters Towers. A case of waste not, want not.
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This picture was uploaded into the Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia entry for the Locality 'Ideraway'.
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