Did you have a lurk underneath Lex, was that side bit an add-on? A very strange configuration!! It almost looks like the railway was an afterthought, which I would not expect to be the case!
I lurked underneath..duh.. As I was saying about the blue metal in the Toodyay bridge.. its on this one as well.. The walkway seems like an original fitment too..
Beautiful composition. Like & added to Fav Photographers. Best wishes, Dave. My Gallery
Thanks KingHawFan dude.. cheers for visiting.. All the best from Western Australia, Lex
Very nice capture.Like
Best wishes, Andrzej.
Thankyou again Andrzej, welcome to Australia.. ~Leszek
Good one GGL. This is one I missed on my trip out that way. It's great when they leave some rail on these oldies...
Sure is Jock, a railway bridge needs railway tracks... for posterity in retirement.. :)
interesting work! I like it.
A wonderful find * Lex * !! I love the composition of this shot - a beauty!!
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Friendly greetings ~ Judy :)
Thanks Mario & Judy.. It turned out ok I think.. :)
Nice old tressel!
G-Day Henry, yes she is a relatively recent deactiveated line so still in pretty good nick! :)
Thanks again JURAJ.. :-)
Maybe there is some history behind why there is rail and walkway.
Probably Stuart, get Caroline onto it!! :-)
It doesn't go on
. L Greetings Günter.
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