Thursday, August 25, 2011


Stopped by at the Smith's Road Bridge over the Gudgenby River today to see the recently installed temporary Bailey's Bridge in operation. The portable military bridge was installed to replace the old low level bridge washed away in the 2010 Canberra floods...

Slight confusion in my memory in the video.The burials I refer to were actually at the Nass River Bridge a short distance away. Two clippings -  Pioneers Graves Nass Bridge 1 and Pioneers Graves Nass Bridge 2.

I have posts showing clippings from the Gudgenby bridge's Grand Opening, what the 1930's bridge looked like, what it looked like after the floods and subsequent installation of the Bailey's Bridge. Finally just because it demonstrates a Federation era attitude pretty well a tale of shooting 'Golden' Eagles nearby...

And for anyone unaware I am exploring the possibilities of YouTube. I have a channel here


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