A Daily Photo Blog about Life in Northern New South Wales, Australia.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Briner Bridge: Coldstream River

This is the 104 year old Briner Bridge that crosses the Coldstream River and links the village of Tucabia with Ulmarra and Grafton. When you drive over the timber decked bridge it makes a marvelous clankety clank sound.





Linking to Louis's Sunday Bridges meme
Linking to Weekend Reflections meme

11 comments:

  1. That's an old bridge... I like your angle on the second shot...

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  2. We don't have many of these timber decked bridges left. It would be nice to drive over this one.

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  3. I hope they maintain it well. Don't want to be half way across, when you hear a BIG CRACK. There was a train accident in New Zealand on the 50s.

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  4. Not 'clankety clank' like it's going to collapse hey Mark. It's such an appealing image.

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  5. I like the reflections in the first photo.

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  6. Its nice that you can drive over this bridge. If I see the picture I think it is not possible to drive over such a bridge. But perhaps then you have to make a detour of several hours.

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  7. THis is a great sort of bridge. Love the photo's

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  8. What a pretty river scene and what a great old bridge. I can hear than clankety clank now. Happy Sunday!

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  9. Very nice photos of this old bridge.

    Regards and best wishes

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  10. It would be fun to drive over this and hear that "clackety-clack" sound!


    «Louis» thanks you for contributing this 104 year-old bridge to Sunday Bridges.

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