Sunday, November 22, 2020

two bridges, one steam train at Greymouth NZ

A fairly short passenger train headed for one of the mines - Rewanui or Rapahoe - crosses the Grey River which looks slighly swollen in size.  The other bridge was for road vehicles and was later replaced with a higher level one.  This bridge was also replaced more recently with a curved concrete one. No date but likely inter-war years. For lots more, see the book On the Trans-Alpine Trail.

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