Thursday, December 2, 2010


In recent times the 1895 Tharwa Bridge in the Australian Capital Territory has been undergoing a refurbishment. No longer supporting the bridge, the Allen trusses, have now been restored to the bridge giving it it's distinctive look once again. The next phase of the project is to lay a new deck across the bridge's road surface at which time the bridge will again be closed to traffic. I have a post on the history of Tharwa Bridge here.

Before Installation

After installation



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