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Werribee Road Bridge over the Werribee River taken from Watton Street.Original photograph from fold-out strip Join us in a trip around Werribee, Victoria.
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Photograph of the road bridge across the Werribee River. The photograph was taken when the bridge was under repair in 1967.
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This stone was retained when the original bridge was widened by the Country Roads Board in 1967. The original foundation stone was laid by the Hon. George Graham MLA Minister of Public Works on April 2 1892. Budge and Lake were the contractors and J.…
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The photograph shows the bridge after the 1919 flood. The western approach was washed away. Timber strigers and decking replaced in 1945-46 by steel girders and timber longitudinal decking due to damage caused by Bren gun carriers on their training…
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The Rothwell Bridge was built on what was called the "Glue Pot Road".
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Rail bridge over the Werribee River.Original photograph from a fold-out strip titled Join us on a trip around Werribee, Victoria.
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The bridge was built in 1866. It is known as the Perfect Arch by civil engineers.
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Red brick sewerage bridge.

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