Here are the remains of the old low level Jackadgery bridge, replaced by a new flood free bridge when the Gywdir Highway was built in the early 1960's.
I have a personal connection to these old concrete piers. My grandfather, Stephen Conroy Bellamy, built them with a Jack Eaves in the 1930's.
In those far off days everything would've been done by hand and it must have been very hard work. At least they didn't have to go far for the river shingle to mix with the cement.
Steve learnt how to build bridges in the Great Depression on the massive Grafton Bridge project, it would've been his 108th birthday a few weeks ago.
This is a Sunday Bridges Post. Click here to see other bridges around the globe and especially Louis's( the generous host of this meme) images of the Golden Gate.