Outback 2009: Algebuckina Bridge

Imagine travel several hundreds of kilometres/miles along mainly flat country then you come across THE bridge. The Algebuckina Bridge was built to cross the Neales River which, as strange as it might seem here, sometimes has a large volume of water flowing along it.

The wreckage on the right hand side foreground is the remains of a car which had been abandoned after becoming stuck when trying to cross the river via the railway bridge. It was “removed” from the bridge by a railway locomotive with attitude.

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