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Monday, 25 May 2015

South Gippsland Railway Line - Yallock Creek Bridge

The Yallock Creek Bridge is yet another bridge that has been replaced by concrete culvert sections. It is in a very difficult to reach spot, I had to walk through the recycled water plant, climb barbed wire fences and beat down blackberries to get to it. There are 13 openings in the bridge, and one of them had been occupied when I got there, see photo. Located 23.90 kms from Cranbourne.

Another concrete culvert replacement of an original wooden bridge.

Shot of deck taken from down end looking up.

Interesting camp site, you would have to wonder why someone would bother to get into such a hard to access place. I suddenly realised that the person camping here may be trying very hard not to be found, so I beat a hasty retreat.

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