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River bridges


At Wagga Wagga we said goodbye to the Murrumbidgee at the old river crossing, so typical of the river bridges around New South Wales.

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  1. Clunkety .. clunkety ... clunkety ... clunkety ... clunk

    So long since I have been over one quite as elaborate as that. There is a lovely curved wooden bridge on the outskirst of Bermagui that I will experience soon.

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  2. I'm reading a bridge book at the moment - I can never remember the name - it's a kate grenville one.
    Funny how humans have a sentimental thing for bridges.

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  3. You have chosen a great angle to show us the bridge.

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