‘Neath Canning Bridge

One of the few large wooden bridges left on a major thoroughfare in metropolitan Perth.

At the confluence of the Canning and Swan rivers.

With a water main down the middle.

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  1. Very, very cool shot!

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  2. indeed! and thanks for the inadvertent link on which I will now blow the Technorati ratings out the arse end of the known universe with this comment.

    lol

    ahhhh kleck cough cough heh heeckkk

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  3. @ WC, Thanks, I was lucky enough to travel beneath the bridge and so was able to get the right angle. The sunlight was a bonus :)

    @ neath, I have done a number of bridges before – and invoked your name with them :)
    Bouvard Bridge,
    Pinjarra Bridge,
    and
    Windan Bridge
    . I have another “neath a bridge” in my “draft’s” list and it will be posted sometime next week.

    I hope that cold gets better.

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  4. Wooden bridges? Now this has got me thinking. I wonder if there are any here in UK?

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  5. Here in Australia we were blessed with a termite-proof hardwood (Karri) which made consruction in wood quite viable for long term projects. It would be interesting to see any wooden bridges you find in Britain.

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  6. Very nice, Thanks!

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  7. This is beautiful!

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  8. Thanks, Rebecca. The right place at the right time always helps :)

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