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(15 pictures)
Picture relating to Ideraway - titled 'Upside down bridge'
Picture relating to Northbourne Avenue - titled 'Construction next to the Rex Hotel on Northbourne Avenue'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'New Cotter Dam Wall Construction on Dusk'
Picture relating to Huddleston - titled 'Huddleston'
Picture relating to Huddleston - titled 'Huddleston'
Picture relating to Huddleston - titled 'Huddleston'
Picture relating to Huddleston - titled 'Huddleston'
Picture relating to Manuka - titled 'Manuka'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'New Cotter Dam Water Inlet'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'New Cotter Dam Wall Construction'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'Close-up of lower works of new Cotter Dam wall'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'New Cotter Dam Wall Construction'
Picture relating to Cotter Dam - titled 'Construction of new Cotter Dam Wall'
Picture relating to Crows Nest - titled 'Corner of Pacific Highway and Hume St, Crows Nest'
Picture relating to Canning Reservoir - titled 'Canning Reservoir'

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.

This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: