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The Prince Alfred Bridge

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Virgil Street, Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia
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History in plain view

easily to access from many spots photos spots many, enjoyed experience from park below very close... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Koalaphil
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Albury, Australia
The bridges in Gundagai

Love the sense of history here.i remember coming over this bridge as a child. A great place to walk... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
helencX7324AN
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Adelaide, Australia
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Virgil Street, Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

easily to access from many spots photos spots many, enjoyed experience from park below very close to riverside caravan /cabins tourist park

Thank Koalaphil
Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

Love the sense of history here.i remember coming over this bridge as a child. A great place to walk on a fine morning.

Thank helencX7324AN
Reviewed 14 October 2017

We parked the car in Sheridan Street, near the war memorial roundabout. There is a sign here, with information about the bridges. From here, you can take the steps down to view the bridge from underneath too. Great photo stop. We then drove to Oibell...More

Thank Us2Aussies
Reviewed 11 October 2017

These bridges are really worth visiting. Even in their state of gross disrepair the strength and beauty of these amazing engineering feats are awe-inspiring. There is a road bridge which was part of a major interstate highway for about 80 years till the massive Sheahan...More

Thank Bughead
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

What a magnificent structure! Such a beautiful way to glimpse the past and such a symbol of how things were made over 150 years ago. It's a pity that it hasn't been restored but on the other hand it remains a strong piece as a...More

Thank Helen H
Reviewed 26 August 2017

So that's how they build brides when wood was the material of choice. This is pretty cool, and perfectly preserved. You ought to take a look.

Thank EnglandScotland
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

An amazing old bridge. Certainly worth a look. Hopefully someday they can have the historic bridges of Gundagai restored so that they can be preserved for generations to come.

Thank AWTYblogger
Reviewed 27 July 2017

worth a look, doesnt take much time and the history is facinating. It is closed off for walking on as it is too unstable at present

Thank richjudy
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

If you like old things that are in disrepair, then this is a worthwhile stop over. It's a rickety old, historic bridge which seems to be a relic that is seemingly crumbling away with age. Is it odd that I stood and watched it for...More

1  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 26 April 2017

There is a road bridge and rail bridge that run across the valley floor at Gundagai. They are both is a state of disrepair a little but you can sense the history and the pioneer spirit that must have gone into making them. You can...More

1  Thank Richard M
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