Opening of the first Hawkesbury River Bridge, NSW, 1889

Steam Locomotive, Vintage Photographs, Historical Pics, Historical Society, Botany Bay, Central Coast, North Shore, South Wales, Bridge

Early view of Windsor, and the Bridge across the Hawkesbury River, NSW

Looking across Windsor Bridge to the township of Windsor,north west Sydney in from Heritage Watch NSW.

Weight testing the new Hawkesbury River Bridge 1946

Weight testing the new Hawkesbury River Bridge 1946

Weight testing the new Hawkesbury River Bridge in 1946. They used two 38 class locomotives (Today's restored 3801 is now the only one remaining in its class.)

Weight testing the new Hawkesbury River Bridge in They used two 38 class locomotives (Today's restored 3801 is now the only one remaining in its class.

Buckland, John L 1915-1989. The Newcastle Express coming off the Hawkesbury River bridge, New South Wales, ca.1930 [picture] [ca. 1930]. 1 photograph : b ; 20.2 x 15.1 cm. Part of Buckland collection of railway transport photographs [picture]. [ca. 1930-1988] From National Library of Australia collection http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview/?pi=nla.pic-an24768250 nla.pic-an24768250

Digital Collections - Pictures - Buckland, John L The Newcastle Express coming off the Hawkesbury River bridge, New South Wales, [picture]

Hawkesbury River railway bridge Date : 1890

Hawkesbury River railway bridge Date : 1890

Sackville Wharf Hawkesbury River

Sackville Wharf Hawkesbury River, NSW (Photo undated) possibly v

uilt by Lars Halvorsen and launched in March 1934 in Sydney Australia, Lyndall II is a 38 foot bridge deck cruiser, pictured here on the Hawkesbury River, just north of Sydney

uilt by Lars Halvorsen and launched in March 1934 in Sydney Australia, Lyndall II is a 38 foot bridge deck cruiser, pictured here on the Hawkesbury River, just north of Sydney

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