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This is not just a bridge it was built by people rounded up in the 1820s from London and transported all the way over the other side of the world. Think about it no electricity or proper tools, some of the labour were no more...More
with the destinction of being the oldest bridge on the National Highway grid, the Red Bridge is an iconic site in its self. Build in 1836 by penal labour, hand made red bricks were used to arch over this river.
We were travelling from Deloraine to Hobart and stopped here to stretch our legs and take some stunning autumn photos of the historic bridge. There is around a million bricks in this bridge and built in 1839.
Beautiful timber sculptures at the Red Bridge. On the opposite side of the road is a line of red bricks stretching all the way through town with the names of a convict on each of them and a couple of details. Campbell Town has some...More