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A quick scan of this bridge.. not quite ready to tick it off my list from the Victorian Heritage Database. Apart from its heritage value it’s also a popular tourist attraction for photographing the Puffing Billy steam train as it passes over the bridge.
“The Rail Bridge (c. 1890), over Monbulk Creek, Selby is a curved, timber trestle bridge carrying a single narrow gauge track which spans the Monbulk Creek and the Belgrave Emerald Rd. A viewing bay has been constructed for tourists, off Belgrave-Emerald Rd. The bridge is 85 metres long, 12 metres high at its highest point and comprises 14 spans of 6 metres, curved to a radius of 20 metres. The bridge has a tight 3 chain curvature. It was constructed from local, native bush timbers. ” (see: https://vhd.heritagecouncil.vic.gov.au/places/10371)
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